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Canadian term for a loser in hockey...came from when the losing team has to hose the ice after a game.
You frickin hoser, eh.
by Murphy Nick November 21, 2007
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the word originates from the pre-zambonie days when the losing team had to hose down the ice after the game, thus meaning loser.
Can you believe what that hoser was saying?
by Reed Mo May 28, 2008
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Before the Zamboni was invented, the losing team would have to hose down the ice to keep it smooth, therefore being called a hoser
get of the ice ya hoser
by Merks November 14, 2008
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originating in the pre zamboni days, A Hoser was a person or team that lost and had to hose down the ice after the game.
"ya freakin' hoser"
by 802hockey April 14, 2009
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12.
Canadian insult or term of endearment.
Bob and Doug Mackenzie from SCTV are believed to have coined the phrase.
lts to refer to someone who has done something stupid or has a history of stupidity. Or sometimes used to refer to other Canadians.
example 1-YOU PUT METAL IN THE MICROWAVE? GOD YOU'RE SUCH A HOSER!

example 2-HAHA I FEEL LIKE SUCH A HOSER SITTIN HERE WATCHIN' REDGREEN SHOW DRINKIN TIM HORTONS IN MY LEAFS JERSEY...

example 3- FLY OFF, YUH HOSER! piss off..fuck off..get lost..you loser/poser/idiot/jackass..

example 4-AW C'MERE YA BIG HOSER AND GIMME A HUG said drunkenly with a keg of molson in hand
by kater January 05, 2005
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The proper reference to one who plays the Hosaphone(tm) is a hoser. If you don't perform on the beloved, revered and mostly plastic Hosaphone(tm) yourself, it is considered poor form to use this intimate address. Brother and sister Hosaphoners affectionately refer to one another as hosers.
Hey, hoser, how are you doing?
That's some mighty fine playing you did on, "Codetta in C" for Hosaphone(tm), Piano & Bass, there hoser!
If we could find a hoser for our brass quintet, we could accompany a Hosaphone(tm) Soloist.
To execute the Doppler effect, the Hosaphone(tm) must be untaped and the bell end swung in a circle over the hoser's head while playing a sustained note.
A couple of hosers wrote this wonderful FAQ on the Hosaphone(tm).
by David A. Roth October 05, 2007
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The term hoser comes from the pre-zamboni days when the losing had to hose down the ice at the end of the night.
"Ya friggin hoser!"
by SeanC_Eh January 17, 2014
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