Is "Hoss" Still a Term of Endearment in the Deep South?



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Re: Is "Hoss" Still a Term of Endearment in the Deep South?

Postby MSUsousaphone » Tue Aug 22, 2017 2:04 am

I will use hoss.....mostly in a passive aggressive derogatory way. Sometimes to be quirky. Very similar to pal or guy.

Sure thing, hoss. Nice one, guy.
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Re: Is "Hoss" Still a Term of Endearment in the Deep South?

Postby The Eristic » Tue Aug 22, 2017 2:18 am

Pretty much that. ^^^ Rarely used in an unironically positive manner when referring to an adult.
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Re: Is "Hoss" Still a Term of Endearment in the Deep South?

Postby Bloodhammer » Tue Aug 22, 2017 2:22 am

Hey Hoss never mind what you looking at guy go look over there tell me one to street corner and I say when I'm going to be on ER Thug a damn s*** and f*** it damn dikit dikit in my ass is in the gamut voice to text voice to text you will never let me down b**** ass
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Re: Is "Hoss" Still a Term of Endearment in the Deep South?

Postby Bloodhammer » Tue Aug 22, 2017 2:26 am

Take these broken wings and learn them to fly again so happy and that doesn't make any sense and I hear the voices say I don't give a f*** this song is stupid anyway
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Re: Is "Hoss" Still a Term of Endearment in the Deep South?

Postby lost in music » Tue Aug 22, 2017 7:53 am

MSUsousaphone wrote:I will use hoss.....mostly in a passive aggressive derogatory way. Sometimes to be quirky. Very similar to pal or guy.

Sure thing, hoss. Nice one, guy.


Call it, friendo.
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Re: Is "Hoss" Still a Term of Endearment in the Deep South?

Postby Jwar » Tue Aug 22, 2017 10:51 am

I've been called hoss a million times and I like in the Midwest. So I have no idea.
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Re: Is "Hoss" Still a Term of Endearment in the Deep South?

Postby weebles » Tue Aug 22, 2017 11:04 am

In east Texas it was a term I heard used by old men talking to younger men and by coaches.

I'll agree with above, too, that the only time I've ever used it or heard it used outside of the just mentioned context is in a dismissive way.
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Re: Is "Hoss" Still a Term of Endearment in the Deep South?

Postby Invisible Man » Tue Aug 22, 2017 11:34 am

Lurker13 wrote:Hey...another band name - Comrade Turbo-Hoss


This is pretty amazing, and I may steal it.
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Re: Is "Hoss" Still a Term of Endearment in the Deep South?

Postby comesect2.0 » Tue Aug 22, 2017 1:17 pm

gota bud named hoss cuz he looks like the fat man from bonanza
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how about is the term squirrel covers still used in the deep south as a euphemism for a womans used stanky undys..???now awnser me that,hmmm????
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Re: Is "Hoss" Still a Term of Endearment in the Deep South?

Postby Lurker13 » Tue Aug 22, 2017 1:45 pm

Invisible Man wrote:
Lurker13 wrote:Hey...another band name - Comrade Turbo-Hoss


This is pretty amazing, and I may steal it.

It's all yours, bubba. :thumb:
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Re: Is "Hoss" Still a Term of Endearment in the Deep South?

Postby Lurker13 » Tue Aug 22, 2017 1:47 pm

comesect2.0 wrote:gota bud named hoss cuz he looks like the fat man from bonanza
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how about is the term squirrel covers still used in the deep south as a euphemism for a womans used stanky undys..???now awnser me that,hmmm????

:wha?: I have never heard that in my entire life, fortunately...until now. Different state, different slang, I guess.
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Re: Is "Hoss" Still a Term of Endearment in the Deep South?

Postby comesect2.0 » Tue Aug 22, 2017 3:47 pm

Well you've had to of herd squaw....it's just like that, only " dat derr 's ma squirrel ya hear!, you over eggin my puddin! Talk to err again IL cutchya fum stem ta stern yea hear meh!"

& "anyone gonna have sex with my sister, it gonna be me!..givme bak den derr squirrel covers boi"
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Re: Is "Hoss" Still a Term of Endearment in the Deep South?

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Re: Is "Hoss" Still a Term of Endearment in the Deep South?

Postby lost in music » Tue Aug 22, 2017 7:44 pm

i don't know which particular southern accent you're going for there comsect, but it comes off like a rastamon pirate.
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Re: Is "Hoss" Still a Term of Endearment in the Deep South?

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