Double Dutch may refer to:
- Double Dutch (jump rope), A game of jump rope with two ropes, two rope turners and at least one jumper.
- Double Dutch, a description of hard to understand language and a language game; both primarily used in English:
- Ubbi dubbi
- Double Dutch (writing style), a writing style used by John O'Mill
- Double Dutch (album), a 2005 album by the Eames Era
- "Double Dutch" (song), a 1983 pop song by Malcolm McLaren
- Double Dutch Bus, a 1980 Frankie Smith song with some lines in Izzle double talk, covered by Raven Samone in 2008
- Double Dutch (Sharon Draper novel), a young adult novel by Sharon Draper
- Using multiple forms of contraceptive simultaneously, usually one by the female, and one by the male.
Other articles related to "double dutch, double, dutch":
... Two of the singles from the album ("Buffalo Gals" and "Double Dutch") became top-10 hits in the UK, with "Buffalo Gals" a minor hit in some major cities in the U.S ... called Dope Smugglaz had a UK top twenty hit with the track "Double Double Dutch," which made extensive use of samples from McLaren's original "Double Dutch" ...
... 1980 "Double Dutch Bus" 1981 "Double Dutch" 1981 "The Auction" 1981 "Teeny-Bopper Lady" 1982 "Double Dutch Bus II" 1982 "Yo-Yo Champ (From Mississippi)" 1985 "Slapp Ya Thigh" 1985 "Congratulations for Graduating" ...
... The National Double Dutch League holds yearly camps and a Holiday Classic, in which teams from all over the world compete ... Double dutch is also an integral part of USA Jump Rope Tournaments as well as AAU and the Junior Olympic Games ... Double dutch competitions are categorized as compulsory, freestyle, and speed rope ...
... "Double Dutch" is a 1983 single by Malcolm McLaren ... "Double Dutch" is the follow-up to his successful debut single, "Buffalo Gals", and reached number 3 on the UK Singles Chart, making it his highest-charting single release ... game of the same name, with McLaren's narration mentioning several New York double dutch troupes by name, notably the Ebonettes, whose name is also used as a chant in the chorus ...
Famous quotes containing the words dutch and/or double:
“Too nice is neighbors fool.”
—Common Dutch saying, trans by Johanna C. Prins.
“American families, however, without exception, experience a double message in our society, one that claims a commitment to families and stresses the importance of raising bright, stable, productive citizens, yet remains so bound by an ideal of rugged individualism that parents receive little support in their task from the public or private sectors.”
—Bernice Weissbourd (20th century)