Nock Nock Nitch

Meaning : A game played very much like Ding Dong Ditch, but is used for houses that don't have doorbells.

Example : David: Hey Chris, do you want to play Nock Nock Nitch?

Chris: Sure.

(Knock Knock)

(Chris & David run)

Tags :ding dongditchding dong ditchdoorbellgame.

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