The origins of this term are rooted in a 90's British TV advert for Rowntrees fruit pastilles. Herein, a crazed Scotsman in a kilt eats said sweets before being galvanised into a frenzied dance, during which he exclaims: "Set the juice loose aboot this hoose!" The vulgar double-entendre implied through this exclamation is what gave rise to the more recent definition of "hoose", around the turn of the millenium.
"I need a bit of the old hoose"
"This is a bit hoosological"
"Hoose! Hoose! HOOSE!!!"
scotch for "house"
made famous by that wine gums advert (or was it fruit pastilles)
aboot this hoose!
The Dr. Seuss version of a hooker
The hoose was standing on the corner.
1. a house
2. just hanging out doing nothin at home
3. to head to the house
1. The dog is in the hoose.
2. What's up? I'm just hoosin it.
3. It's late we better hoose it soon.
Someone who feels silly for being excited about upcoming international phonecalls with a boyfriend/girlfriend.
My girlfriends calling tonight and I'm real excited about it, I feel like such a massive hoose.
term used for sound effects.
*while a character in a video game is getting punched* "hoose hoose hoose!"
consider yourself finished a given task, without proper testing or verfication of your assumption.
The system crashed because the administrator chose to hoose and go drink beer.