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hoochie coochie

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  • Long bow there, HelenaBucket.

    June 15, 2014

  • There is an oyster called the kusshi. It's known for its seductive dancing in your belly.

    June 15, 2014

  • There is an Afghan tribe known as the Kuchi, well known for their seductive belly dancing. Belly dancing in parlors where "hooch" (liquor) is sold. Dancing, liquor and seduction. Following the dotted lines here?

    June 15, 2014

  • I guess "coochie" is also where "coochie snorcher" comes from.

    July 11, 2008

  • Wot, no Australian Crawl?
    Note to rest of world: we can't understand him either.

    July 11, 2008

  • "We will dance the hoochie coochie,
    I will be your tootsie wootsie,
    If you will meet in St. Louis, Louis,
    Meet me at the fair."

    Meet Me in St. Louis, Judy Garland.

    July 11, 2008

  • The hoochie coochie was a sexually provocative dance that became wildly popular during and after the Chicago World's Fair in 1893. Described by the New York Journal in 1893 as "Neither dancing of the head nor the feet", it was a belly dance performed by women of (or presented as having) an Eastern European gypsy heritage, often as part of travelling 'side shows'. Cooch, coochie or cootchie was apparently already a Southern US term for a woman's private parts, and hoochie coochie has been suggested as referring directly to sex. The dance was still popular at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition: the World's Fair of 1904 but had all but disappeared by the Second World War, and so the Muddy Waters song was harking back to an earlier 'golden' era._Wikipedia


    July 11, 2008

  • Also: hoochy koochy.

    November 26, 2007