Some mouth-breather asks Cecil: “my question is, the song lady marmalade, what are they saying? is it in another language, or what???” His answer does not disappoint.

(I’ll admit, I always thought the “Gitcha gitcha” part was saying “Gitcha, gitcha ya-ya’s out, gitcha gitcha ya-ya’s here”. Ya-ya’s being slang for breasts and jollies, respectively. But the Iroquois explanation is much funnier.)

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