What do the first lines of Leeuloop mean?

The first lines of the song are:

daar is 'n lelike ding wat kopwys

in parys

iets heeltemal anders as 'n bike race

of 'n kopluis

of by bachelor parties muis wys

I'm Dutch. Somebody told me about this song. And I foresee a hype in The Netherlands when this song ever gets translated into Dutch. But what do the first lines mean? Especially the words kopwys, and by 'n bachelorparty muis wys?

In elk geval baie dankie en ek hoop dat iemand hierdie woorde stap vir stap kan verduidelik!

5 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    It's a play on words.

    In Afrikaans "kopwys" could refer to you head or your penis, and "muis" could refer to a mouse or a vagina.

    Afrikaans is littered with words with double meanings like that eg doos could mean box or vagina, naai could mean to do needle work and sowing or to have sex.

  • 1 decade ago

    HaHa! Dankie JOe Dirt en Anria A, niemand kon dit beter antwoord nie!

    Another Proud South African :)

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    an ugly thing is rearing it's head

    in Parys

    something completely different to a bike race

    or head lice

    or mouse showing at a bachelor's party

    (The song refers to the South African town of Parys)

    ("Muiswys" has many different meanings, depending on the context that it is used in. Use your imagination though, what else could it mean if the song says that it (muiswys), is done at bachelor's parties!)

    Source(s): Jan -Vastrap se techno sokkie treffers 2007, volume een. CD twee. LOL
  • 1 decade ago

    En julle het dit stap vir stap verduidelik!! Haha

    Tennis balle , Krieket balle, snoeker balle as jy wil.... la la la la la la ......

    Proudly Poena(South- African)!!!

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I am confused I thought Affrikaans was close to Dutch in fact is Dutch.

    How come you can't understand it.

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