English translation: his hind (rear) end smells a bit like (bacon) rind
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16:50 Dec 1, 2004
English to English translations [PRO] Slang
English term or phrase:hynedy rynedy
Here I go again...
Have a look at these two words in the following extract:
"Some people love their poodles, I love my Porkle. He’s booootiful, even if he’s done a bit much sun bacon – his hynedy smells a bit rynedy! But he’s my little lap Porkle, he doesn’t pee on telephone polls, he wees on deli counters . . . His kennel’s like a pig sty, but I don’t mind, he’s as cute as a hamstar . ."
As to the situation - there is a picture with a grandma sitting with a well-done porkle in her laps... The general irony is somehow understood, but these two words - if someone could give me a clue as to what they may mean... Or what normal words they denote, I'd be really grateful. TIA