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Definition of bull hockey

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Other terms relating to 'bull':

Definitions include: a friend.
Definitions include: a bunch of bull shit.
Definitions include: nonsense; "bullshit".
Definitions include: "bullshit".
Definitions include: variation of bullshit
Definitions include: See bullshit.
Definitions include: censored version of "bullshit".
Definitions include: bull shit, for people who are tired of saying bull-shit.
Definitions include: a tenacious person.
Definitions include: to chat.

Other terms relating to 'hockey':

Definitions include: feces.
Definitions include: a crooked penis.
Definitions include: the hair style of short hair in the front with long hair in the back; "mullet".
Definitions include:
Definitions include: an HP-UX computer.
Definitions include: a girl who dress up for a hockey games hoping to get a date with the players.
Definitions include: serious making out

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