dehoochify [dee-hoo-chi-fahy] (v) def: To make oneself appear less like a hoochie.
Language of origin, unknown.
Correct usage in sentence:
After getting out of the car, Danni stopped to pull her shorts down out of her butt crack, saying, "Wait a sec, Mom...I have to dehoochify myself."
In other news, Kylie learned a new term today too. That term is "Talent Show." As in,
"Mom, Mimi says I have to be in a talent show."
Since Mimi is the Awana leader, I'm assuming that this has something to do with Awana (Wednesday night kid church thing). Kylie proceeds to tear her toybox apart, looking for her "talent."
She's looking for costumes, ballet shoes, and making a gigantic mess in the process. She's doing this as I'm trying to get ready for work, cook two dinners (mine and theirs), fold that last load of laundry, load the dishwasher, and keep some semblence of straightness to the house.
"Mom! I have to find my talent!"
Hmmm. I love you kiddo, but does driving me crazy count as a talent? Because if it does...you totally win the prize, sweetie.