chew the

chew the

fat/rag Slang
To talk together in a friendly, leisurely way; chat at length.
See also: chew
References in classic literature ?
Which sentiment being a pretty hard morsel, and bearing something of the air of a paradox, we shall leave the reader to chew the cud upon it to the end of the chapter.
Her pearl teeth were unable to chew the bread and beyond her mouth there was no opening.
Mammals use tongue muscles to position the food, so that jaw muscles can best use teeth to chew the food.
You can help by training him to chew the right things.
On the other hand, some things never change: The students weren't allowed to chew the gum at school.
In Melbourne, Australia, 3,000 schoolchildren will chew the gum twice a day.
This plan lacks important details, like how long you chew the gum before blowing bubbles.
The way people chew the food depends more on the food's properties, not the individual, so you can design food which people won't chew much and [food they] will chew a lot," Stuff.
As a result, patients usually receive instructions on how and when to chew the gum.