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cootie

(ko͞o′tē)
n. Slang
A body louse.
A popular term for a body louse—Pediculus humanus
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Most people are familiar with the ironclad children's law that no two foods may touch each other on the plate, lest the liver-born juice cooties, say, infect the otherwise acceptable mashed potatoes--a distant juvenile cousin to the more serious scriptural commandments to keep kosher.
Given the outcome of the election, this apparently is a lot like saying, "your cooties have cooties.
Crablice, allergic reactions, homophobic cooties interweave finer threaded fashions?
I think it also kicked in the hormones and girls all of a sudden didn't have cooties and it would be fun to be around girls.
Trying to frame the question within the Catholic branch of the Christian tradition is like trying to find cooties in an archbishop's lamb's wool pallium.
As you move up the graph toward more leisure, you move down toward cooties.
Immunity (zap) Zap those cooties for fewer sneezes, fewer sniffles and more planet-saving adventures
Any time you go into the bathroom you think: cooties,'' she said.
My psyche shut down my immune system and left me open to all kinds of cooties," said Fairchild, 53, of Castle Rock, Colo.
On one occasion, Ashley had tried suggesting that Viv should take steps towards finding a bigger venue for her group, one perhaps that was devoid of cooties, rats and damp.
I'm talking about some kind of drug that HIV-negative men could use to lower their risk of getting the mother of all cooties in the first place.
Alice Catholic Church and the Cooties, a group that visits and entertains hospitalized veterans.