Hoone Loot

abrar afxal submitted this entry 3 years ago


The literal translation is a Dogs Tail (Hoon and Loot) - the idea behind the saying being that you cannot straighten a dogs tail - hence when you call someone a Hoone Loot, it means something that cannot change
Samir wrote this 1 year ago
A person who doesn't learn lessons
Wahid wrote this 1 year ago


Samir added 1 year ago
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