"Double Dutch Bus" and "Triple Dutch Bus" employed "Pig Latin" in the verses, that at the time, many kids were "speaking" so that their parents could not understand them. See example of Double Dutch Bus Pig Latin:
"wilse ilsa nilsot milsoving!" ... means...
(We is not moving!)
- just add ils or ilsa to each word.
Double Dutch Bus - Pig Latin
A style of jump-rope, where two ropes are moved counter to one another. One person stands on each end of the whirling rope-complex, and a third person jumps in the middle of them.
Double dutch requires significantly more concentration than standard jump roping.