Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Adventures in English, part 2

Sabrina mentioned her "coo-coo" today. That means what I think, right? Where does that term come from? (Lest anyone have big concerns, she was putting on lotion and asked if she could put lotion "in [her] coo-coo." So I don't think this signals any issue in her past.)


  1. I can't say I've ever heard "it" called a "coo-coo."

  2. LOL - I'm guessing its just what you think it is! But I think its appropriate to ask for clarification if you think its warrented! :)

  3. "cul" (pronounced "coo") is French for "butt" and I've known at least one family that used "cooey" as its slangy term for bottoms. Just a thought that it might not be what you think it is, but then again it might!