Hordes of bekilted blokes howked
cases of beer on board, with unsurprising effects on bladders and the floor of the bus.
Me Mutha screamed, then yanked me wrist, so rough, that Aa sure felt her Then with strength Aa didn't naa she had, howked
aas into the air raid shelter.
Perhaps, now from his perch in the sky, Roscoe can see that the salty old town, where he howked
spuds, has become a great city of the world - not another Florence, but Liverpool.
We were attacking them and they've just howked
the ball up the park.
The PoWs remembered how pale and thin the boys had looked in the old towns back home, where their fathers howked
at the coal-face or humped cargoes down the quays or scratched their pens in cold, ill-lit offices.
I hope England get well and truly howked
in their match tomorrow and that their fans are forced to watch the World Cup finals from a settee stuffed with rancid porcupines.
For this was a mining village, where the generations had howked
at the innards of the Earth to keep the fires roaring above ground.