An Indo-English phrase originating from the culturally soaked island of Bali, Indonesia. The phrase "Jiggy-Jig" refers to the brand most often purchased by tourists on the island. They sell key chains, T-Shirts, coffee mugs and stickers. The marketers, the "Ritz", own a "Jiggy Jig" shop located next to the famous club Embargo on Legian Street. Illegal Jiggy Jig paraphernalia can be bought locally on street corners or in little shops along the Balinese Streets.
The Australian Child was bought a Red & Yellow "Jiggy-Jig" T-Shirt by his mother.
by Jageneration November 19, 2008
indonesian slang for sex
transport? massage? jiggy jig??
by griffinm November 16, 2007