Sorry, I keep forgetting that little colloquial terms that we use in our various countries can be viewed as some kinda shibboleths tor the rest of us..
I admit that I hadda look up the word "Chooks" in an unfamiliar context when deb first used it many years ago. Now I can use chook in polite conversation without blushing.
See, in US slang, a chook is a contraction of the words "chode" and Mook". Much study has been undertaken on the etymology of the word chode and it gets really nasty , unless you hang around SOuth Philly Italian neighborhoods .
Set has explained the word "Iggles" correctly and his lame attempt at how the Iggles are frequently intercepted or are competent fumblers did not go unnoticed and I shall remind him that in this playoff series such is not the case. The Iggles have successfully caused turnovers and have recovered fumbles on Minnesota, Dallas, and most recently , the G'INTES