A lot of the time when a person tickles a baby they say “Coochie coochie coo.” Does that make sense? I don’t think anyone knows why the hell people say this. The reason I don’t agree with this saying is because “Coochie” is slang for “vagina.” That should make it fairly inappropriate to say around children and even infants. You would never tickle a baby and say “pussy, pussy, poo!”, “snatchie snatchie soo” or “wang wang woo.” So why is “coochie coochie coo” okay? You can say literally anything to a baby when you’re tickling it. The baby has no idea what’s going on, it can’t process language properly yet. So of all the things to say to a baby why would you include a slang term for vagina? I know it’s freshly removed from one, but let’s be a little classier here. No one should be talking to a baby about genitalia. It’s too soon. That’s one of the cases where it really is “too soon” to joke about things.
|Unless you're tickling a pussy there's no reason to be talking about coochie.|