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Numerology information Hoser:
Name Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace
Definition funny of Hoser:
Hoser: (n) Canadian hockey derogatory term that is similar to the American "idiot" or "loser". It is derived from the pre-zamboni days, where the LOSING team would have to hose down the ice after the game.
Snack on that for lunch, you frickin hoser!
Derived from the term used by popular Canadian icons Bob and Doug Mackenzie. The literal definition of a hoser, according to Bob and Doug, is "What you call your little brother when your mom's in the room."
Take off, eh? You're such a hoser.
slang. 1. noun: (deragatory) an oaf, or simpleton. 2. noun: (friendly) a friend, brother or faithful companion. 3. verb: hose-off; a put-off; go away, leave me; I doubt what you are saying. History: The term originates from a syndicated television comedy about a fictional television station: 'Second City Television Station' or 'SCTV.' Comedy skits on the show were presented as actual programs. One such skit was a program entitled "the Great White North" - the hosts, comedians Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas (portraying Bob and Doug MacKenzie), embellished and exaggerated the stereotypical American image of how Canadians talk and act. The characters (Bob and Doug) drank beer, while bantering back and forth, inflecting their speech heavily with 'eh?' and the occasional 'hoser.'
Back off you hoser! Come here hoser, I was just kidding.
orginates from pre- zambonie days where after a game, the losing team would have to "hose" down the ice, hence the term 'hoser"
Songs about Hoser:
Grandma's Revenge (feat. Harry & Da Hosers) by Billy Joe Duprix from the Album The Brown-Nose Reindeer Comedy Christmas
The Schmidt House (feat. Harry & Da Hosers) by Billy Joe Duprix from the Album The Brown-Nose Reindeer Comedy Christmas
Canadian Hoser by Archagathus from the Album Canadian Horse
Hey There You Hosers by Paul Edis Sextet from the Album There Will Be Time
Hoser by Man From Fiery Hill from the Album Magazine Theft Yeah
Hoser by Bellows from the Album The Troop EP
Hoser Christmas by Ice Wino from the Album Total One-Hit Wonder
Books about Hoser:
The Hoser files: The fight against entrenched official corruption by Raymond T Hoser (1995)
Great Multicultural North - A Canadian Primer for Hosers, Immigrants and Socialists by Ernesto (Ernie) Raj Peshkov-Chow (Sep 13, 2010)
Michael Dowse brings fresh hoser humour to the screen with FUBAR and It's All Gone Pete Tong.(Profile): An article... by Lindsay Gibb (Jul 14, 2006)
Canuck, eh? Hoser, you're in the book; Team working to update book of Canadianisms.(Canada Wire): An article from... by Gale Reference Team (Mar 12, 2007)
Nanook's arc: true, false or magnetic? You're PIC on this Killer Quiz jaunt to Bob and Doug's backyard. Better... by Ken Holston and John McCloy (Jul 14, 2009)
Friends, hosers and countrymen: Canadian caricatures
Partitions classique SIMROCK HOSER OTTO - ROMANZE - TROMBONE & PIANO Trombone
Movies about Hoser:
Hoser [HD] 2014 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 30 mins Starring: Tom Scholte, Gabrielle Rose, et al. Directed by: Bruce Sweeney
Hoser 2014 Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 30 mins Starring: Tom Scholte, Gabrielle Rose, et al. Directed by: Bruce Sweeney
Wiki information Hoser:
Hoser is both a slang term and a derogatory term, originating from Canada and used primarily by those imitating Canadians. It is not often used by Canadians, but it is sometimes used as "typical" Canadian slang by others. The term "hoser" gained...
Raymond Terrence Hoser is a self-described Australian herpetologist, snake-catcher, and author. Since 1976 he has written books and articles about official corruption in Australia. He has also authored works on Australian frogs and reptiles and...