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    hell around ?

    What's the meaning behind "hell around / to hell around" ? and can I say "I think I'm gonna hell around... I don't give a damn, whatsoever..." ?

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    Re: hell around ?

    Can you supply the context? I have looked around for it as a phrasal verb, and found very few examples, but they seem to have the meaning of 'hang out with'. Other uses seem mostly to be non-verbal- things are going to hell around me, etc.

    EG: after school when to alfiah and hell around with kairen..talked about stupids things in primary days. i remember primary school the time got one boy in the ...
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    Re: hell around ?

    there was no context as a matter of fact... I just spotted it in a dictionary. but there were no examples how it could be used... that's why I'm not sure whether it's used or not.

    ps. in two other dictionaries I couldn't find it

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    Re: hell around ?

    I'd never heard it, and can't find many examples.

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