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    have you ever heard of shucks in a hallo

    has anyone ever heard of "shucks in a hallo" and do you know what it means?

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    Re: have you ever heard of shucks in a hallo

    It's a variant of "shucks in a bucket" or a euphemism for "shit!"

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