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chippy around

To be apt to behave in a promiscuous manner. ("Chippy" is a slang term for a promiscuous woman or a prostitute.) No, I don't chippy around anymore—I gave that up when I got married.
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chippy around

in. to be sexually promiscuous. She has been known to chippy around, but not with just anyone and never for money!
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The 22-year-old popped into the chippie with two bodyguards to sample some local delicacies at around 10.30pm on Saturday.
Penaluna's Famous Fish and Chips, in Hirwaun, Aberdare, which won the Welsh award in 2015, is the only South East Wales chippie to make the shortlist.
The chippie will be decked out in patriotic colours with the Union flag and iconic red telephone boxes.
"I think Flakes is the nicest chippie in Birmingham, but I suppose I'm biased."
But neighbour Forever 21, which opened earlier this year, is understood to oppose the plans because of litter and the smell from the chippie wafting toward its flagship outlet.
It was the third major award for the popular chippie that year | YOU can send pictures by email to rememberwhen@eveninggazette.co.uk or write to us at Remember When, Evening Gazette, Borough Road, Middlesbrough, TS1 3AZ.
Chippie is the harder character who has "been inside" and is the violent thug with a delusional sense of mission.
Now Gormans say they are meeting demand with the opening of the new chippie.
The advertising campaign of the Chippie nuts was under the slogan "There Is No Better than Ours", creating the impression that the product is genuinely Bulgarian by showing folklore dances and typical Bulgarian holidays.
Soon afterwards they opened a chippie in the building before moving to the 100-cover Celtic Restaurant in Market Street.
But reality TV hopeful Kate Walsh, 27, was last night offered her old job back if she is fired by the tycoon - serving up fish and chips at her local Midland chippie.
Martin Hockly has had an exhilarating career that has taken him from chippie to micro-financier and small business adviser with Street UK -a charity he set up himself.
FRENCH fries expert David Humphreys has put a new Gallic delicacy on the menu at his Blackpool chippie - battered FROGS' LEGS!
PETER NEEDHAM, a permit-holder from Barnard Castle, sent out his first winner since September last year when Chief Chippie landed the amateur riders' handicap hurdle, writes Colin Russell.
Byline: EXCLUSIVE BY PATRICK HILL CHIPPIE CHAPPIE Ramsay