hobo |ˈhōˌbō|
noun ( pl. -boes or -bos)

A hobo is a term which is often applied to a migratory worker or homeless vagabond, often penniless.  Unlike tramps, who work only hot milfs when they are forced to, and bums, who do not work at all, ‘hobos’ are workers hottest celebrities who wander.

It’s origins could either come from the railroad greeting, “Ho, beau!” or an abbreviation of “homeward bound”. A further possible source may be from the French noun “hobereau” gay sex meaning “a gentleman of the countryside”

Soho |ˈsōˌhō|

Soho is an area of the City of Westminster and part of the West End of London. Long established as an entertainment district, for much of the 20th century Soho had a reputation for sex shops as well as night life, film industry and music.

The Oxford English Dictionary defines the word Soho as ‘an Anglo-French hunting call, probably of purely exclama mobile porn tory origin’. The first known use of Soho as a placename in this locality occurs in 1636, as a heading in a list of ratepayers in the parish of St. Martin in the Fields. In October 1641 Anna Clerke, ‘a lewd woman’, was bound over to keep the peace after ‘threteninge to burne the houses at So:ho’.  It was then, as it is today, a fertile ground for all manner of ‘hunting’.