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What exactly is a "fire crotch"?

Asked by tinyfaery (43855points) July 12th, 2009 from iPhone

I’ve heard it in reference to Britney’s cooch shot (which was pretty bald, if I remember correctly) and to a crotch that is au naturale (not shaved). So which is it, and where did this saying come from?

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DominicX's avatar

A firecrotch is red pubic hair, isn’t it?

I guess it can also be used to refer to a red-headed person.

Phobia's avatar

@DominicX You’re right. Its red pubic hair.

tyrantxseries's avatar


A chick with a red snatch patch

2. Fire-crotch

A person who sleeps around and could possibly be a carrier of sexually transmitted diseases.

3. Fire-crotch

When a guy puts a drop of hot sauce on the tip of a condom before penetration.


MindStudy's avatar

Wow… There are guys that actually put hot sauce on the tip of their condom b4 penetration? Ouch!!!

jbfletcherfan's avatar

Not in MY world, they wouldn’t!!!

Simone_De_Beauvoir's avatar

I like hot sauce

casheroo's avatar

I always thought it was a red headed persons pubic hair. I’m not a red head, so I’m not sure how red heads feel about it.

Saturated_Brain's avatar

Red pubic hair… Wonder how it’ll look like…


MacBean's avatar

I believe this qualifies, as well.

Likeradar's avatar

I think the term became “popular” when someone (Brandon Davis, I think) referred to Lindsay Lohan as having one.

I am ashamed to know this.

La_chica_gomela's avatar

It’s red pubic hair, whether it’s on a guy or a girl. And now it’s also starting to be used to mean a person with said hair.

augustlan's avatar

<<Is a redhead, in all areas. Is not sure how she feels about being called a fire crotch.

@Saturated_Brain It. Looks. Fabulous.

gottamakeart's avatar

I thinks reds are escpecially atractive, and “fire-crotch” can be taken as a compliment..
like hot “_____________” (Hot and fiery are good adjectives for being sexy, yes?)

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