Not for to be confused with "hoochie coochie", hoochie cachie was originally coined by a 4 year old girl in a suburb north of Detroit, Michigan. When she asked what she wanted for Christmas, she said, "A circle, a mermaid and a hoochie cachie".
Originally thought to be something tangible and to be bought, it was soon discovered that a hoochie cachie was used to describe something really incredibly awesome. If you have just a hoochie, it is good, but with a side of cachie, it means it is incredible and magnificent!!
As for the 4 year old in Michigan, she meant she wanted an incredible, wonderful holiday!!
"Look at that, it is soooo hoochie cachie!"
"I want a hoochie with a side of cachie!!"
"Her wedding was really hoochie cachie"
No, that definitely had some hoochie, but not enough cachie"
This is pronounced "who chee kaw chee"