Sunday, April 20, 2008


noun. Hootchie-kootchie; rumpy-pumpy; nookie-bookie; boinky-boinky.

Real citation: “For me, doing a Rolling Stones show for two hours a night, that’s enough fuckin’ exercise, you know? Then I’ve got to go to bed with the old lady, bonka bonka, you know?”
(Keith Richards, Uncut, April 2008, page 38)

Made-up citation: “When suggesting bonka-bonka, misunderstandings can arise. Make sure your sweetie-bag isn’t holding a wrench.”

1 comment:

Laura Payne said...

How about jiggy-jiggy. I know quite a few people who use this term.

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