Thursday, 12 January 2012

What word did your family use for 'girl bits'? We've got willy and peanuts for the boy, but the girl?


[innocent pic of the kids went here - but it still felt a bit weird having a photo of them online...]

What word did your family use for 'girl bits' when you were a kid?

We've got willy and peanuts for the boy, but the girl?


When I asked this on twitter, I got a load of adult words for girls bits.

Nothing wrong with that, and some of them frankly sound better than the extreme euphemisms used in the family for the female downstairs.

Our family word for it was 'Mary' - which was hilarious to us alone when we got the board game 'Mary' (which, ironically involved putting magnetic clothes on the poor girl).


I've heard other families use 'Moo-Moo' (do 'M' words go well, for some reason?), but what word did your family use for it when you were growing up?

When talking to toddlers about girl bits?


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UPDATE:
These are the replies from twitter when I have posted this:

(Felt too wrong and permanent publishing credits for these replies, so semi-anonymous thanks and credits are in comments below...)

Fanny
Minnie
Front bottom
Wiggy
Flower or Wee wee
Tuppy
Petit sucre
Doorstep
Winkle (for a girl)
Bits and pieces
Minky
"no name for it"
Button
Privates
Twinkle
Hapney
Floof
Noony
Fairy
Ginny
Mimsy
Fner
YaYa
Mustn't Touch It

From Facebook:-
FroBo (short for front bottom)
Peaches and cream
Lady Bits
Noodle
Fanfare
Dinky
Tuttie
Foof or foofoo
Lulu
Mary-Jane




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