The Language of Chicken

Why is it that, when it comes to a woman’s body, we find it so hard to use the word “breasts,” but when it comes to chicken, we have no problem?

At the supermarket:  Oh good, there’s a lady restocking the meat section.  “Excuse me, I’m looking for the chicken boobs but there’s not much here.”

“OK, ma’am, let me get Joe.”  Goes through the swinging doors and yells, “Hey Joe, there’s a lady here needs some chicken boobs!”

“What kind of boobs?”

“Chicken!”

“How many boobs does she need?

“Ma’am, how many boobs do you need?”

“Five.”

“Joe, she needs 5 boobs!”

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It’s OK to say “breasts” when you talk about a lady

Use the word, it’s nothing shady,

Don’t be embarrassed, don’t be ashamed

Just a part of our bodies, that’s what they’re named!

Author: Merillion

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DRIVEL!

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Dibble

The Dibble

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DRIVEL:  to talk stupidly and carelessly; to utter in an infantile or imbecilic way;  to waste or fritter in a childish fashion; nonsense

DRIBBLE: to fall or flow in drops or in a thin, intermittent stream: trickle; to let saliva trickle from a corner of the mouth; a tiny or insignificant bit or quantity

DIBBLE:  a small hand instrument used to make holes in the ground for plants, seeds, or bulbs.

Never dribble on your dibble when you’re making holes for plants

If you dribble on your dibble you might be drowning ants;

Then you’ll have to tell the story that you dribbled on your dibble,

And all your friends will tell you that they’re tired of your drivel!

(You may think that this is drivel,

and I’d find it hard to quibble.)

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Author: Merillion

Photo of Dibble:  Used by permission of Annie in Austin

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