наиболее созвучно нашему не совсем благозвучному - сиськи (см. также (*)BALLOONS и рис. (Популярные ребята, круто уделывающие Америку)). А в единственном числе hooter - косяк (см. JOINT, GAGE BUTT).

American slang. English-Russian dictionary. 2014.

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