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Do not respond to work emails or stalk someone on Facebook or scrub the toilet… unless scrubbing the toilet brings you joy. If that is the case, please text me: I have plenty of joy to Nsa fun tonight all Concord had Lets play hookie tomorrow at my house. Playing hookie is good for the soul. It's important to duck out every Lets play hookie tomorrow in a while and take a "sick day. In Buchanan County, Iowa, they are often pejoratively called " hookies ," a term that refers to the Amish use of hooks and eyes instead of buttons.
Google Books finds instances of "Hook and Eye Baptist" as early as a newspaper called the Journal and Republican of February 15,quoted in Strangers and Lets play hookie tomorrow There is a sect living in this region with some queer ideas, called Hook and Eye Baptistbecause hooks an eyes are used on all garments instead of buttons.
The Hawkeye State The men wear black clothes, the coats having wide neckbands. In winter the topcoats have capes of elbow length. All Hadley Kentucky women hookup are made by means of hooks and eyes, from which comes the name " Hook and Eye Dutch. The Amish, popularly called the " Hook-and-eye Dutch ," first came to America from Holland and Switzerland in the seventeenth century, hoping to settle where they might be free from all hindrances in following their customs and institutions.
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An Lets play hookie tomorrow to unite the Campbellites with the regular Southern Baptists has failed. Jonathon Green, Cassell's Dictionary of Slang offers this relevant entry:. The phrase "on [one's] own hook" dates to at leastwhich qualifies it as a possible source—but no published authority supports the notion that it may be the actual source.
According to at least two authorities, the phrase "hook Jack" is recorded for the period —," so it, too, qualifies. Yet another reference work suggests that hookey derives from hook in the sense of "escape. Earlier dictionaries list "Hook and Eye Baptist" as early as "Hook and Eye Dutch" as early asand "Hooker" as early as as terms referring Allentown Pennsylvania i need a fwb Amish people.
Lets play hookie tomorrow even the earliest instance of Hooker I could find is from 26 years after the first instance of hookey in the "truancy" sense. Ultimately, the argument that hookey comes from Hookies is unpersuasive, I think, because Hookies appears so late in the historical record and because no lexicographer who is or was aware of the hook-and-eye-related pejorative terms for Amish people has considered those terms to be related to truancy hookey.
Old-School's answer sounds the most plausible and most interestingso I've marked Lets play hookie tomorrow as the accepted answer.
Since the phrase has been hookei since the mid Lets play hookie tomorrow many sources cite as its first appearanceit's hard to determine a definitive answer. According to this sitethere are a few theories about the origin of the phrase "playing hooky".
As an interesting sidenote, in Boston, the phrase "hooking Jack" meant the same thing. Lets play hookie tomorrow have to decide for yourself which answer is the best.
I believe the first two are more likely, but you're welcome to decide differently if you choose or suggest a theory of your own in a new answer. Considering the fact Lets play hookie tomorrow a large amount of the American colonists were Dutch, it is possible that the phrase for skipping school was related to a Dutch phrase for the game of hide-and-seek, hoekje spelen.
This would certainly apply for students hiding from teachers and authority figures. This site has an interesting explanation of this theory. Because a student had to pretend he or she was going to school first and spend the rest of the day avoiding the truancy officer, these acts of deception hoolie referred to as playing "hooky-crooky" related to "by hook or by crook", an old English phrase. There's also speculation that it is related to the phrase "hook it", which means to hookie or run away.
This theory is discredited by some American lexicographers because the phrase "hook Lets play hookie tomorrow was allegedly hooiie in use until after I was told by my grandparents that at one time the Amish Lets play hookie tomorrow called "Hookies". This was because they wore "hook and eye" closures instead of zippers. The Amish also didn't attend school. On their way to school children used to taunt the Amish children with phrases such as "lookie lookie, it's a Okc webcam girls Run and hide, or give me a cookie".
The Lets play hookie tomorrow "playing hookie" meant that you simply stayed home from school like the Amish children. This wasn't always seen as negative, often farm children would Horny women in Sedgefield (Charlotte) home and help out on the farm on days when their parents needed a little extra help.
This was also called "playing hookie". My Lets play hookie tomorrow, born in in Ohio and lived in and around Detroit had told me that playing hooky was in reference to kids not going to school and pllay fishing instead. Boys my dad's age would carry hooks and string to school in case they had a chance to go fishing.
If they got caught at school with this they told school officials that it was a game called Hooky.
To play hookey is to play Lets play hookie tomorrow. A term used among schoolboys. Google Tonorrow and Library of Congress matches for 'hookey' Lets play hookie tomorrow related terms The earliest Beautiful women seeking sex tonight North Wiltshire Books match for "on his own hook" is from a letter from Gerrit Smith to Edward Delavan September 11, nookie, reprinted in "The Intemperate, and the Reformed" An instance from Merry's Gems of Prose and Poetry spells the word hookie: The Comforts of Playing Hookie In this vignette or reminiscenceat least, it appears that "playing hookie" entailed not skipping school Horney teens St-Ulric failing to return directly home as expected after school.
Another early instance of hookey in the relevant sense appears in a brief item in the New York Daily Tribune April 30,reprinted from the Baltimore [Maryland] Saturday Visiter: Henley, Slang and Its Analoguesvolume 3 has this entry for the term: Public Schools and Public Attitudes [combined snippets]: Jonathon Green, Cassell's Dictionary of Slang offers this relevant entry: Sven Yargs k 18 The argument that New York schoolboys were influenced by hoekje spelen is more compelling if we consider the fact that schoolboys in certain New York communities were speaking Dutch, or at least growing up with Dutch-speaking relatives, into the 19th century.
Consider also cookiefrom koekje. But my impression from Lets play hookie tomorrow not all of the sources I consulted in connection with the period —, is that hooky is likelier to have originated in Massachusetts than in New York.
The jury's still out. Ah, and I remember many misspent hours hanging around on the street corner when I should have been in school. But where does the Massachusetts angle come from?
The phrase in Boston seems to have been hook Jack, but that existed in parallel with play hooky so it seems unlikely to have Lets play hookie tomorrow the source for that phrase. You're right—I was treating "hook jack" as a precursor of "hooky" rather than as a possible parallel development, an assumption unjustified by both the recorded evidence and the timeline involved.
If the source of hooky was upstate New York, I may have erred in so airily dismissing the Dutch translation angle. On the other hand, I'm pretty sure that New York City, by the s, retained little of its original Dutch flavor aside from the "kills" of Staten Island, among other vestiges in the flood of non-Dutch immigrants. I just did a fairly superficial search for "hoekje spelen" and the only hits I found -- aside from pieces about the origin of "hooky" -- were Lets play hookie tomorrow Google books results wherein "hoekje" was the second part of a hyphenated word.
The actual term seems to have been "schuilhoekje spelen" where schuilen means to Lets play hookie tomorrow or hide, cf. Schuylkill Riverwhich means "to play hide-and-seek. Americanism of the Dutch term hoekje spelen [Although it has no bearing on the correctness of this theory, I like this one the best.
Related to the phrase "hooky-crooky" This site has an interesting explanation of Lets play hookie tomorrow theory. Related to the phrase "hook it" There's also speculation that it is related to the phrase "hook it", which means to escape or run away.
So, which answer did you decide for yourself was best?