chonky

Bulbous, or chunky.
The word was invented when a New Zealander attempted to say chunky', and what she said was chonky.

Stacey: Have you seen Jaws? Sam: No, why? Stacey: there is this one part when all these chonky bits of humans were floating in the water.


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