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    Post have form for hell-raising

    From 'I could still snort you under the table': Elton's shocking reply after worse-for-wear Lily verbally assaults him onstage | Mail Online

    They both have form for hell-raising, so it was always likely to be a lively combination.

    1) In the sentence above, what do the words in bold mean?

    2) What does "hell-raising" mean?


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    Re: have form for hell-raising

    Quote Originally Posted by dilermando View Post
    From 'I could still snort you under the table': Elton's shocking reply after worse-for-wear Lily verbally assaults him onstage | Mail Online

    They both have form for hell-raising, so it was always likely to be a lively combination.

    1) In the sentence above, what do the words in bold mean?

    2) What does "hell-raising" mean?
    They are both well known [have form] for creating chaos [hell-raising] through their behaviour and actions, often because of excessive drinking or drug-taking.

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