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Yes, John Duff Turned the 'Hokie Pokie' Into a Song About Rimming

John Duff Hokey Pokey

We all know the "Hokie Pokie." Right? "You put your right fight in, you take your right foot out" ... you know it. Well singer John Duff has turned it into a much more adult earworm that has us already missing summer days.

"The world could use some joy right now," Duff said in a statement about the new track and video. "As a collective, we are experiencing the darkest and most confusing times any of us have faced. I think now is as good a time as ever to indulge in fantasy. As Jesus once told me — it’s not that serious."  Not that serious indeed!

The video itself is one of those California pool parties we've seen so often. You know, tanned bodies in bathing suits lounging around the pool, playing in the grass, all that sort of fare. There's a few bunny heads, crop tops, a little bit of twerking, and a lot of water splashing.

"You put your whole tongue in, you take your whole tongue out, you put your hands up on my hips, and put this pussy in your mouth," Duff sings for the track's chorus. A nifty flip if you ask us!

In case you didn't understand: the song is about analingus or cunnilingus depending on who is singing it. (We'd like to note here that while Duff is the one doing the singing, there's men and women featured as possible subjects of the song.) The track starts off as blunt as possible with the lines "A lot guys I think I'd like to meet, until I find that they don't like to eat it." A dealbreaker it seems.

The song is fun, and is the type of bop that worms its way into your head at 9AM and you find yourself humming "put this pussy in your mouth" during your Zoom call at noon. It will function as the first single off of his upcoming EP but follows projects like "Girly" and "Rich" — the latter was a bit of a Kardashian-inspired spoof

"The main message in my existence as an artist is: do whatever you want," Duff said. "As long as you don’t kill anyone, steal, violate, or drink and drive, you’re doing okay. There is no point in hiding from love, whatever that may be for you. After all, there are only two guarantees in life: you are born, and then you die. There’s great freedom in acknowledging that — life is a gift, LIVE. I’m a thirty-year-old gay man working on a debut record. Do you know how many people have told me to hang it up? I won’t ever do that, though, because I make music for love; not for any other reason. I’m living for love."

And we're loving the way you're living.

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