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hoser

1. n. a good guy or buddy. (Probably the same allusion as fucker.) Old Fred is a good hoser. He’ll help.
2. n. a cheater or deceiver. You dirty lying hoser!
3. n. a moron; a stupid acting person. (Rude and derogatory.) Come here, you hoser. I’ll show you how to do it.
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We needed a "hoser" of German ancestry for this one.
Phil is variously befriended by drunken hosers, betrayed by "a super-intelligent beaver" (voiced by SCTV alumni Joe Flaherty) and is saved by jail-house religion.
In fact, Leatham took home everything but his empty brass against the toughest field of hosers ever assembled while setting a new record on his way to his most impressive performance in a career long on superlatives.
Most of the great practical shooting champions start out as warp-speed hosers right out of Rat-A-Tat school.
Kevin Smith (7PM in Hall H): Join Kevin Smith as he previews his upcoming movie, "Yoga Hosers," as well as his exciting TV projects.
"We, as composers, manipulate emotions with music," notes Christopher Drake ("Yoga Hosers").
Instead of FUBAR's long-haired hosers who drink beer all the time and only talk about partying, in Pete Tong we get a cooler-looking guy who gets wasted all the time and only talks about partying.
Take a Prozac, hosers! The new kids have both style and gnar.
Some stage were short, fast hosers, like "Flat Tire 1" which required eight rounds and could easily be done in less than seven seconds, even with two of the targets at thirty yards.
Johnny Depp joins Kevin Smith's next movie, the action-adventure "Yoga Hosers."
Lily-Rose Depp will be making her film starring debut "Yoga Hosers" with her famous dad.
Grant McIntyre of The Globe and Mail wrote that Chilly Beach is "one of the funniest shows anywhere." If the new generation of hosers agree, Sudbury could become the next hot spot in the Great White North.
If Rick Dillon, the hockey-playing, small-town "sheriff" in Peter Pearson's Paperback Hero, is caught in a downward spiral of terminal adolescence, Canadian hosers nowadays face the facts of life, often finding value in family or community.
Meanwhile, Alliance Atlantis is hoping the box office jinx in English Canada might finally be broken by "Trailer Park Boys," the bigscreen adaptation of the popular cable series about a trio of pot-smoking, hard-drinking hosers who live in a Nova Scotia trailer park.
Pere and Dymond then proceed to expand on this "what if" to include 53 eclectic chapters on Canada's contribution to global pop culture, on topics ranging from hockey to hunks, hosers to Hollywood.