"Har" is one half of "har har" which signifies laughing. "Core" is the middle, essence, or center of something.

"Harcore" therefore was intended to represent the idea of "half-of-one-laugh in the center" or "One half-laugh in the center".
I know you've all heard Kurt Ballou's recordings and I think we can all agree that they're much too harcore sounding -- and that's one half-laugh in the center too much for me.
от TheMastaBlasta 17 ноември 2004

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