And if you're ready to jump right in, let's kick things off with this quintessential DSYC moment submitted by reader Elizabeth:
She says: Uh oh, looks like Brittany from America's Next Top Model Cycle 14 is having trouble keeping her chocha in check...
Next up, one from Alex:
I love her explanation: I was contemplating on buying this dress, and was looking for the cute belt to match using the zoom feature. Instead of finding the belt, I realized I had found a chocha!
Here's a chocha and a "joe-cha," if you will:
Says Claire: Saw this photo and thought, 'Don't Show-cha Your Chocha double whammy.'
Speaking of Joe-cha:Martha puts it simply and politely: Oh dear.
Reader E submitted the following dramatic chocha shot and hilarious caption:
Don't know 'bout you, but personally I always like to get fully dressed, yet forget my pants entirely. Then hang around the docks in my granny undies, introducing people to my chocha. Just like this lady.
Anna sent me an email titled, "Chocha-flashers can be animal lovers too:"
She says: Despite a somewhat risible and half-hearted attempt at the knee-clench, this model is flashing her white knickers through her short'n'sheer dress. Shocking. Even more so because it was from the Saturday suppliment of The Guardian (a supposedly medium-to-high-brow British paper).
An unconventional submission from reader Becky:
She says: An upcoming trip to San Diego made me desire a new bathing suit, something basic and nice, American Apparel! OH MY GOD what a mistake.
I got a few emails about this one:
And Elise says: The description says it 'hits above the knee.' Above knee? I don't think that approaching chocha = above knee.
I think someone needs to cross out "dresses" here and write "long-ish shirts:"
Says Kay: This clearly shows a very miserable and uncomfortable girl contorting herself into a position so that when her momma looks at the picture she doesnt see her chocha.
This one is just so, so awesome:
That is an impressive clench, right there.
And finally, here's a classic cupcake chocha:
Says reader Katharine: The model looks so awkward! The poses on the designer's Etsy are even better. I'm very very glad it's not everyday wear!
Thanks so much to all my diligent chocha-spotters around the world! I always welcome DSYC submissions (email me at firstname.lastname@example.org) but I'm currently working through quite an impressive backlog, so don't be alarmed if it takes awhile for your chocha to get its turn in the spotlight, ummm, if you know what I mean.