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A euphemistic spelling of "hell," referring to each L resembling a hockey stick in shape. "Oh yeah?" said Tommy to the schoolyard bully. "Well, you can go to H-E-double-hockey-sticks!"
be jolly hockey sticks
To act or speak in an enthusiastic but disingenuous or irritating way, especially when one is of a high social class. Primarily heard in UK. Lady Cartwright is always jolly hockey sticks, so I don't trust a word she says. I don't have the patience to be around people who are jolly hockey sticks all the time.
be jolly hockey sticks(British humorous)
if a woman or situation is jolly hockey sticks, the woman or the people involved in that situation belong to a high social class, and often talk in a very happy way that seems false Well, she's okay, but a little jolly hockey sticks, if you know what I mean.
hockeyand hocky (ˈhɑki)
mod. dung. (see also horse hockey.) Watch out for that hocky there in the gutter.
hockey-whoreand puck bunny
n. a kind of groupie that follows hockey players. (Puck bunny is a play on fuck bunny.) She doesn’t like the game, she’s just a hockey-whore. Just a cheap, skanky puck bunny, that’s her!
1. n. horse dung. You don’t see horse hockey in the streets anymore.
2. n. nonsense. I’ve heard enough of your horse hockey.
play tonsil hockey
tv. to kiss deeply, using the tongue. Kids sit around in cars, playing tonsil hockey all evening.
1. n. oral sex performed on the penis; fellatio. (Usually objectionable.) Give him a good round of tonsil hockey, and you’ve got a customer for life.
2. n. French kissing. The two kids spent the rest of the evening playing tonsil hockey.