Heckers can be split into two distinct parts, "Hec" - an arabic word that used to refer to the traditional food taken at night during Rhamamdan, but now refers to the wild-partying/heavy drinking/bomb-exploding shennanigans
that take place during this time period now. The second part of the word, "kers" is derived from the Scottisc language (traditional language of Scotland) and is aimed at those with the last name "Kerr." The Kerr's were particularly well known for their very short kilts and the facial hair that their women produce. (A Felicity Kerr once won the Global Crazy Hair competiton
with her handlebar mustache
This hybrid word was then born in the multi-cultural slums of Springvale, Melbourne, way back in the 1990s. The suffix "ker" had already gained prominence and, with the simple addition of "hec" the local arabic community realised they had discovered gold! They did not turn it into the bank and instead tried to sell it to the Jews, who normally would see the huge investments in such a word, but they declined due to the arabic connotations. However the arabs could not keep their mouths shut and, in one particular bashing of a group of white-students, the notorious Muhammad Muhammad
shouted after laying the final kick, "that was a heckers fight." Little-beknown to him the student still had consciousness and upon returning to society he spread the word about the word.
Today, no one remembers the true origins of the word and all Australians share in the joy that it provides, however there are still a distinct few who remember the blood and turmoil it created, way back when.
"My toenails are heckers long"
"That's a heckers mo"
"That was a heckers party"