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Definition of "Chode"

  • A jimmy that's wider than it is long

    Votes: 17 41.5%
  • A synonym of "taint" and "gooch"

    Votes: 18 43.9%
  • A character from "Tripping the Rift"

    Votes: 6 14.6%
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It has definately been a few years since I have uttered the word, but I always thought it was synonymous with spooge.
 

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Choad smoker
 

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There is no debate. It is option A.

Although I will admit to using incorrectly when I was young. Remember in the original Star Wars flicks (don't remember which one) when they would show Vader walking through the Death Star? There were these little black carts, maybe a foot long, 8 inches high. Basically an RC car with some sort of shroud over it, done up by the props guy. They were also featured in Family Guy's Blue Harvest with much hilarity.

Anyway, me and a buddy called those 'chodes.'
 

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Okay, so we have all heard/said it at least once in our lives. If not, you just did.

I've had two separate debates over the meaning of the word. What do you guys think?
I have no fraking idea of what the hell you are talking about? Chode??
 

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I think you're confusing chode with chaunch. as in "chaunch burger". chode may be synonymous though. must be an east coast west coast thing. for the record stop calling soda "pop". its irritating. :p
 
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