Date: Thu, 9 Jan 1997 11:18:29 +0000 From: Duane Campbell Subject: Re: horked off George Donahue wrote: > > The term "horked off" is new to me. Anyone else know it? (I don't have > > DARE here.) > > > > I've heard "hork" used often in Northwest Florida and southern Alabama, > especially among Cajun commercial fishermen along the Gulf Coast, to mean "to > vomit." Dave Bary wrote a very funny piece about dinner time around the Barry table. The dog saw sitting down at the table as a signal to begin makine loud horking sounds. Anyone who has a dog knows this sound. It is not vomiting, but rather a precurser to vomiting. Duane Campbell dcamp[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE] When I die and go to Hell, at least I can keep my same ISP