Foxtrot Uniform Charlie Kilo

Album: Hefty Fine (2005)
Charted: 62
  • The song's title is military alphabet for the word "F--k". "Foxtrot" is military alphabet for "F," "Uniform" for "U," "Charlie" for "C," and "Kilo" for "K." The song is all about euphemisms for sex. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Kyle - Boise, ID
  • In the video, it is Bam Margera driving the banana-shaped car. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Graham - Peebles, Scotland
  • The tunnel you see in the music video is the Ray Hills Tunnel in Pennsylvania. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Airk - Skagway, AK

Comments: 22

  • Zane from Victoria, Tx@Margie. Evil Jared Hasselhoff is not the Lead Singer. Jimmy Pop is
  • David from Petaluma, CaKyle, The alphabet is called phonetic or ICAO. Bloodhound Gang uses the correct phonetic alphabet. The police here in the US still use the old alphabet.
  • Randi from Culpeper, VaI love this song, its so full of sexual innuendos. BHG is the most perverted band ever but i love them.
  • Julius from Tacloban City, Philippineshe sings the line and pronounces it as F*CKstrat unform charlie kilo.. hahaha.. very funny.
  • Margie from Toronto, CanadaBam Margera is friends with Evil Jared Hasselhoff, the singer of the band. At the end of the video shoot, he told Bam to drive off his 6 foot clif into a moat with the banana car told that the moat was 7 feet deep. he then did a back flip into the moat and landed on his head after knowing it was only 2 feet deep and Evil Jared Hasselhoff didnt know himself he jus "assumed" it was 7 feet deep. Bam cracked his head open and got rushed to the hospita. This is one of Bams worst injuries yet...yes, even worse then Jackass. Check out: Bam Margera Top 5 Worst Injuries on Youtube
  • Luke from Manchester,
  • Don from Newmarket, CanadaCanadian Rockers April Wine have a tune called If You See Kay.
  • Cassie from Hamilton, NjAmazing song. I'm officially addicted to Bloodhound Gang.
  • Joshua from Twin Cities, MnOf course, the "F**K" acronym gimmick had already been done long ago by Van Halen (with their 1991 album titled For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge). So the Bloodhound Gang doesn't get any points for originality here.
  • Andrew from Wimauma, FlHa HA. Took me a minute to figure out this song. very clever. Keep up the good work.
  • Sean from Toronto, CanadaDid they really think they were being clever by spelling it out likt that? This song Sierra-Uniform-Charlie-Kilo-Sierra
  • Guillermo from San Diego, CaThis song is so awsome.When i noticed that bam drives a banana car through a tunnel with a grasspatch on the top i laughed my head off.My friend loves the girls in the video 2.
  • Ben from Batavia, NyThis song is funny as hell, i have the cd and all of the songs ROCK and i can honesly say that it is one of the best cds that i have heard in a long time! Everyone should buy it
  • Adrian from Perth, AustraliaHaha this song is wicked, love the chorus. and not if the song was good enough but Bam makes it twice as good. That car is so mine wen i grow up!
  • Sam from Amesbury, MaEwwww! Dirty song but I love it anyway!
  • A.j. from Chicago, IlIt's actually the NATO phonetic alphabet used. Anyone know the official date "Hefty Fine" dropped? I thought it was 9/27, but some say 9/20.

    Bloodhound Gang and Bam Margera/the CKY & Jackass guys have been friends since the '90s. A little bit of trivia for you guys.
  • Alex from Loveland, CoI like this song. does anyone have the cd hefty fine? it is so funny. i love the end when the guy is eating the banana
  • Curry from Gold Coast, Australiabam margera's a mad dog
  • Curry from Gold Coast, Australiayes, quite hilarious
  • Evan from Nyc, NyThats so funny as hell when the banana goes into the tunnel. Hello?!?!? How does MTV play that? They don't allow the word s**t, but they show a banana going into a tunnel.
  • Sully from Clinton, MaYeah me and my friends noticed that it saus F*U*C*K we thought it was ironic because we were just talking about the military alphabet like charlie kilo alpha when this came on
  • Callum from N/a, EnglandThis song is absolutely hilarious. I like the video especially, i want a banana car!!
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