How frequently do you refer to any type of alcohol as "hooch", or hear someone else call it that.
I do all the time, and people always know what I'm referring to. Just because you fratboy fucktards who only care about FOOOOOOTBAAAAAALL never heard the term, doesn't mean other cultured people haven't.
You're just like all the other chads, being a jerk won't work on me like it does on basic bitches.
Why can't I find a nice classy gentlesir who will hold the door open for me and play video games on the steam. tfw no sensitive craft beer aficionado bf ;_; I also like knives and secret menus and hot sauce
I've always said booze, but i'm not bothered if someone says hooch, though to me hooch means homebrewed whiskey or moonshine.
You don't drink hooch from a bottle, you drink it from a mason jar or flask.
Pretty common word around here. My spouse has always called it "hooch" in casual conversation, and my dad used to call it that when he was taking the piss out of someone for drinking. It's a slightly derogatory term, reserved for very casual conversation or when talking about someone who's gone overboard/alcoholic.
looks like someone still can't get over losing an argument that happened literally last years
saw your thread
you were wrong
take it like man
In the 90s they sold this alcoholic lemonade called Hooch in Austria. It's the only thing I know this name from. It had like 4% ABV and was one of the first alcoholic things I had.
I thought the term "hooch" was used for self-brewed alcohol or, more frequently, cheap alcohol with lots of mixers that has been prepared in large quantities (e. g. in a bathtub or a trash can) for American college parties.
But what do I know? I got to experience American college culture first hand in fucking Kentucky, the "true America", as they said.