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- n. small intestines of hogs prepared as food.
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- n. small intestines of hogs prepared as food
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All of that was eat up, except the ........ chitlings and all.
De hog killing mean we gits lots of spare-ribs and chitlings, and somebody always git sick eating too much of dat fresh pork.
In that sack is the inside of the chitlings (hog manure).
WALTER: Well, I went to de Baptist picnic wid my mouf all set to eat chicken, when lo and behold y'all had chitlings!
So I can get some chitlings to grease my appetite.
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