What you call your little brother when your Mom isn't around. Also, a stereotypical Canadian male, typically lower to middle class, white and English Canadian. He is especially concerned with drinking beer and watching hockey. The hoser is understood as a product more of rural, suburban or smaller city Canada than of the cosmopolitan larger cities. He's often imagined wearing heavy winter clothing, usually a flannel lumberjack shirt, Kodiak boots and a toque 2.) Loser
He's a good friend or buddy.
A con man or conniving thief.Abram, Bad Hat, Bandit, Bandolero, Banko/ Bunko Steerer, Bull trap, Bully buck/ Bully cock, Bully huff, Bunco man, Bunko Artist, Cadator, Canker Blossom, Coistrel, Come-on Guy, Con man, Confidence man, Coustelier, Cross Roader, Dirty rotten scoundrel, Four Flusher, Grifter, Hoser, Knave, Matchstick men, Mr. Quick, Outlaw, Scab, Scoundrel, Sidewinder, Slickster, Snake, Two-bit hustler, Upright man, Wide Boy