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A shortened version of the idiom: "Six of One, a Half Dozen of the Other". The meaning of the idiom is that the things mentioned are basically the same although they may have different names i.e. there is no substantial difference between them.
Joe: "Islam is a much more violent religion than Christianity",
Jack: "Six-o-one, they are both complete nonsense".
by Gomunkul March 07, 2011

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