I'm looking for a word that describes the sound made when a person rubs their tongue on the side of their inner teeth. It's like a wet noise and it's supposed to denote a positive gesture rather than negative (tsking)
When I do it, I notice my lips bend upwards.
I wish I could remember a particular scene from a movie/tv show but I can't. However I believe when characters do it, they sometimes also make a gun gesture or point with their fingers.
I've searched quite a bit but haven't found a word that conveys this sound/gesture.
I need it for a scene in a book I'm writing so I can't just explain it, I'll need a word for it if it exists. If not I guess I'll have to change it.
For example in a scene where this gesture will happen it will be:
- Character A: Can you fly this giant space ship?
- Character B: Sure, easy! (then make the sound with his mouth to express it will be easy)
Hope all these ramblings help make it clear what I'm after.
edit: Here's the closest reference I could find, It's the sound Bender makes right around the 29th second mark - http://res.cloudinary.com/yoav-cloud/video/upload/futurama-word_z0jxlm.mp4