That means chicken talk: a meaningless conversation
The term ”chicken talk” was used by young people for a time to denote a meaningless conversation about irrelevant subjects. This expresses that one is bored with the topics and lacks depth. In part, this is intended to convey the supposed own intellectual superiority.
Origin of ”Chicken Talk”
The word comes from English and is made up of chickens, German for ‘chicken’ and conversation, German for ‘talkt’. The expression is a nod to the behavior of chickens, which often cluck indiscriminately with no clear purpose. Their croaks can be quite wild and chaotic, and seemingly aimless, with no clear purpose or meaning. Where the term came from is unclear as there is no clear historical record or history of origin for the phrase.
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