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babe magnet

1. A person, typically male, who is very attractive to women. Often used with a degree of humor or facetiousness. Primarily heard in US, South Africa. John thinks he's such a babe magnet now that he's making so much money, but everyone thinks he's just as foolish as ever.
2. Something that attracts women to its owner, who is typically male. Often used with a degree of humor or facetiousness. Primarily heard in US, South Africa. I bought my motorcycle because I thought it would be a great babe magnet.
See also: babe, magnet

chicks before dicks

slang A reminder, said by a female to her female friend(s), asserting that their friendship should be more important than relationships or interactions with males. Come on, don't ditch us for that guy you just met! Chicks before dicks!
See also: before, chick, dick

fussy as a hen with one chick

Extremely anxious and overprotective. A: "I can't believe your curfew is only nine o'clock." B: "Yeah, my mom can be fussy as a hen with one chick sometimes."
See also: chick, hen, one

ride-or-die chick

slang A very devoted romantic partner. I know my girl will be waiting for me when I get out of rehab because she's just a ride-or-die chick.
See also: chick

babe magnet

and chick magnet
1. n. a male who seems to attract good looking females easily. Keep your woman away from Chuck. He’s a babe magnet. Wilfred thinks he’s a chick magnet, but he only snags the dogs.
2. n. something, such as a car, that attracts good-looking females to a male. Man, I like your new chick magnet. Get any yet? He thought of a new car as a “babe magnet,” but all it drew was the repo man.
See also: babe, magnet

chick magnet

verb
See also: chick, magnet

chick

n. a girl or woman. We’re gonna take some chicks to dinner and then catch a flick.

chick-flick

n. a movie intended for women and female interests. I hate chick-flicks. It’s a guy thing.

slick-chick

n. an attractive and cute girl. Tiffany is a slick-chick. I wonder if she’d go out with me.
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Chicks acclimatize to humans, and 1 year before our study one chick was raised successfully by fishermen and administrative personal of the island to independence.
We swapped chicks which were between 10 days and two weeks apart in age, to see what impact it would have.
When parasitic chicks arrived at a nest before native chicks, coot parents discriminated against their own young.
Dixie Chicks -- Shut Up & Sing" (Weinstein; $28.
Doonan shares his love of wacky chicks as well as a New York City apartment with his partner of nine years, potter and decorator Jonathan Adler, and their "son," Liberace Doonan-Adler, a 5-year-old Norwich terrier.
The feathers near the tail of a chick are shaped like a Christmas tree on the cockerels and like a fluffy spoon on pullets.
If something happens to either of the older chicks -- say a gull swoops down and carries one away -- then the youngest chick can take its place.
I don't give a flying fig what Natalie Maines said about President Bush -- that girl would be annoying and loud at the school Christmas program -- but we feel insulted by what has been a common thread in numerous interviews and articles,'' says Stephanie Wetz, a 38-year-old former Chicks fan from Paris, Texas.
Paul Travelers, additional information and photos are available on Amelia and her chicks born in 2000, as well as background on peregrine falcons.
All Kopple and Peck had to do was let the Chicks keep having their say, and it was access city.
Yet to the bemusement of biologists, no bird had been known to catch the obvious cuckoo once the chicks hatched.
On a platform 220 feet above Minnesota Power's Boswell Energy Center, a pair of Peregrine falcons are preparing a nest for their latest batch of chicks -- and bird-lovers all around the world can watch on the World Wide Web.
In just a decade, the Dixie Chicks have been called heroes, renegades, superstars, villains and moms -- and there's still no fear of frying.
An unusual experiment that tucked junior chicks into the nests of a related species let the youngsters live long enough to show their stuff, says Hugh Drummond of the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico in Mexico City.