chicken v. twink

ronbutters at AOL.COM ronbutters at AOL.COM
Tue Dec 21 02:59:05 UTC 2010

also, I rhink "chicken" is simply a reference to age, whereas "twink" implies some things about physical characteristics. "fat, hairy-legged chicken" is not impossible. But "*fat, hairy-legged twink" seems impossible.
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