‘Spell coconut’ is the newest meme that might spice up your sex life


A tropical technique for your summer flings (Picture: Getty)

Memes come and go in the blink of an eye, with Area 51 and throwing cheese at babies and small animals leaving our collective consciousness as quick as they went in.

One of the newest ones, ‘spell coconut’, is currently making the rounds on our timelines. However, rather than just being part of the wealth of useless stuff we happen to remember, this one may spice up your sex life.

It’s not clear exactly where it came from, but the term seems to have been popularised on a group for Kenyan mothers called Kilimani Mums Udaku Zone KMUZ.

One poster asked about the ins and outs of the cowgirl position, with a commenter saying, ‘Spell COCONUT with your waist… Thank me later’.

From there, the technique has blown up, with Twitter memes galore on the tropical way of thrusting.

It’s not the first time letters have been brought into the bedroom, as the ever-popular alphabet trick (where you use your tongue to draw each letter of the alphabet during oral sex) has long been a mainstay for those cunning linguists who aren’t yet au fait with cunnilingus.

Whether you’re supposed to do joined-up writing or keep the letters separate is up to you.

However, you should definitely ensure that you’re grinding when spelling coconut, as it won’t work as well if you’re set on north to south motions as well as round and round. If anything, it could end in disaster.

For those that have mastered it, however, it seems to be a welcome tip. One person on Twitter said, ‘I didn’t make it to the T, matter of fact the whole “nut” part got skipped cause I got flipped tf over. It was great tho.’ 

We bet while reading this you’ve started moving your waist to see if you can do it. No matter, you’ll just have to try it out for real at your earliest convenience.

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