-phrase-(HURTS DOUGH-nit) Commonly used as a joke before a fight. Usually asked in context of a question to confuse the victim, so as to make them think you're offering them a doughnut. When said properly, you're supposed to make out the words "Hurts, don't it?" in a southern-like accent.
Season 7 Episode 6 of "Family Guy" (approx. 12:28)
Peter Griffin to Omar "Hey Omar! Want a hurts doughnut?"
Omar to Peter Griffin "Um...OK?"
Peter Griffin punches Omar in the face.
Peter Griffin to Omar "Hurts, don't it?"
Peter Griffin laughs.