Dodgy, lucky or flukey.

Probably derived from shook ie the past tense of shake. Kinda makes sense if you consider something described as "a bit shaky"
Dont worry about that noise my car is bit shooky/shook but we'll get there ok...

You shooky git I cant believe you pulled that off.

This is the shooky part of town.

You are truely the king of shook mate!
by savagegump February 11, 2005

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