A: I get it. You’re still a young spring chicken.
T: …I get that a lot.
A: That’s probably not the phrase.
something about chickens being young
Fuckin’ google it.
T: I think it’s string chicken?
A: Definitely not string chicken
A: spry? spy chicken?
young spy chicken.
young rye hen.
T: No, you’re right! It was spring.
A: Is it ‘young spring chicken’?
Did you really think it was ‘string’?
T: I did, hahaha
I thought it meant thin and young.
T: BECAUSE THAT’S WHAT I WANTED IT TO MEAN.
A: You can make it mean whatever you want.
T: Okay, the phrase is she’s “no spring chicken.” Meaning “she’s” no longer young.
So spring chicken means young, I guess.
I’m a spring chicken.
Featuring the lovely and hilarious Alessandra.