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Hot foot

Parf of speech: Noun, OED Year: N/A, OED Evaluation: N/A


Interviewer: ...a lot of other generations here in Timmins did have this as well, but we used to say growing up um if we stepped in a puddle on accident and- and water just seeped right through our shoe and sock and our foot just got all wet, we would say that we got a- Speaker: Hot foot. Interviewer: A hot foot? Speaker: Yeah. Interviewer: You're no-- you know what? That's ah- you're not the first person to say that to me actually when I said that. I believe missus-Palizeri ah said hot foot as well.
same definition as soaker but an older term
Interviewer: That you'd step in a puddle and you'd say "I just got a hot foot"? Speaker: I got a hot foot, yeah. Interviewer: Wow, okay. I didn't even know that one at all.
same definition as soaker but an older term
Speaker: It's supposed to be a cold foot though (laughs). Interviewer: Right. Speaker: We say hot foot yeah, every time we get wet.
same definition as soaker but an older term