A playful word for the narcotic drug cocaine that is intended to connote the embarkation of an activity that is lighthearted, merry, fun, exciting and/or arousing. When used in a declarative sentence the speaker’s tone may be smug, satisfied, and upbeat. Usage in an interrogative sentence should be accompanied by an outwardly sense of mischief or impishness with somewhat sinister or sly undertone (you know the implications of said activity but the word “Cha Cha” sounds so cute and harmless!). When used in an exclamatory sentence it is often accompanied by shock, exuberance, surprise (“damn that’s some good Cha Cha!”). Cha Cha is hardly ever used in an imperative sentence (unless to say “back the F$#^% off my Cha Cha!!”).
My name is Dr. Rockso and I do Cha Cha, ba-ba-baaaaby!!!