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Definition funny of Chickie:
A "cuter" way to call someone a chick. This definition is often debated due to its scarce use.
Wow that chickie really knows how to dance.
Gay men that hangout with hot chicks.
Dude#1: check out that hot chick! Dude#2: Shes with her man. Dude#1: Thats not her man its her chickie.
Used to express low-level anger. Often used with a capital letter and period at the end to further express one's anger. Can also be said in an Italian accent, for laughs. This form, however, doesn't normally express anger.
"Chickie." "OMG...my computer isn't working again. Chickie!" Joe: Oh, that homework was due yesterday. Marcy: Chickie.
Songs about Chickie:
Bomb Chickie (Original Mix) by Brian Johnson and Simina Grigoriu featuring Kevin Noel from the Album Beach Urchin EP
Busting the Hijacking / Killing Chickie by Morton Stevens from the Album One Man Jury (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Chickie by Kostet from the Album Blat Music Hit - Saturnalian
Chickie [Skit] by Salah Edin from the Album Nederlands Grootste Nachtmerrie
Chickie Chickie by Farnz from the Album Farnz All the Hits and 1 Fine Missus [Explicit]
Chickie Chickie Bang Bang [Explicit] by Fearless Leader from the Album Deranged [Explicit]
Chickie Run by Hank Bones & Maureen Mcelheron from the Album Hair High
Books about Chickie:
CHICKIE. by Elenore. Meherin (1925)
Chick and Chickie Play All Day!: Toon Books Level 1 by Claude Ponti (Feb 12, 2013)
Good Night, Chickie by Emile Jadoul (Nov 19, 2010)
Chickie Riddles (Easy-to-Read, Puffin) by Katy Hall and Lisa Eisenberg (Jul 1, 1999)
Chickie's daughter by Elenore Meherin (1934)
"Chickie" A Sequel by Elenore Meherin (1925)
Chickie, a Hidden Tragic Chapter From the Life of a Girl of This Strange"Today" by Elenore Meherin and Glossy Photo frontis (Jan 1, 1925)
Wiki information Chickie:
Chickie was a 1925 silent drama film produced and released by First National Pictures. Based on the novel of the same name by Elenore Meherin, the film was directed by John Francis Dillon and starred Dorothy Mackaill. Chickie is now considered lost.