hecka

hecka

mod. a less intense version of hella; heck of a. (Streets.) Dude, that’s one hecka mess!
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Bhatti, of Trueman Avenue in Heckin HeckA -venue Heck-mondwike, had arrived an hour-and-ahalf late for his hearing in Hudderseld.
The company s main field of business is systems for the exterior and interior thermal insulation of buildings that are sold under the HeckA brand.
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I ended up having three compression fractures in my back and pinched my sciatic nerve hecka bad.
We were together hecka long, and if I wanted to take back the abstinence thing and, you know, engage in sexual intercourse, then I know who I would go to, because I trust him.
In fact, most of the youth interviewed expressed feelings like, "Whenever I go somewhere, it is always in another city because the stuff in Oakland is always hecka messed up.
Your relationship with editor Jake Phelps is best described as: (X) hecka tight () mostly good () tepid at best () on thin ice
Your relationship with editor Jake Phelps is best described as: () hecka tight () mostly good () tepid at best () on thin ice (X) friends with benefits