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Re: the term "ka ka"


Date: Wed Oct 10 2001 - 19:43:11 PDT

Judy Nagel wrote:

> Oh my gosh, and all this time I thought it was an art nouveau term in
> Milwaukee speak! Hear that Mary and Jude?? It's not's
> them!

Ohmigosh again,
Having been married to the farmer's son all these years ka ka meant the
stuff you didn't want to step in that a cow has left behind.
Great term----kids have no idea what that means.