posted on Mar, 8 2017 @ 09:23 AM
Destroyer and submarine piers in Norfolk back in the 70's. The new thing for the captain of the ship to do was to make a bumper sticker for the ship.
They liked the motto "Our screws never stop". The Indian convinced the captain that Bohica was a good word. So they came out with a bumper sticker
"BOHICA our screws never stop". It was on the bumpers of lots of cars until they found out that BOHICA really meant "Bend Over Here It Comes
Again" coupled with "our screws never stop" had a completely different meaning.