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Question by daveg
Submitted on 3/20/2004
Related FAQ: Rap Dictionary (part 2 of 4)
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How would you define "freaky deaky" other than freaky? Some little kids in school seemed to think the "deaky" part was a bad word (like dick, I guess) and said "ooohhh..." when I said it. Of course I repeated it again. So, tell me: "deaky"? I never paid attention to that part.


Answer by c
Submitted on 5/10/2004
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there is no other part


Answer by Pepette le Pew
Submitted on 5/16/2004
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On 11/4/00 I coined the phrase "freaky-deaky", had never heard anyone use it before and am not sure what people think it means, but the original meaning is "really weird".  If something is weird it is freaky, but if it is really weird it is freaky-deaky.  Hope this helps!


Answer by Sissy
Submitted on 6/19/2004
Rating:  Rate this answer: Vote are freakin' retarded! JESUS! Freaky-deaky means whatever you want it to mean usually like freaky as in a sexual manner or whatever....BUT JESUS! How retarded can you get??? Deaky is such a bad word..........NEVER SAD IT AGAIN!!!!!!(sarcasm) Deaky doesn't really have a keep sayin' it homie.


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