chin wag


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Noun1.chin wag - light informal conversation for social occasionschin wag - light informal conversation for social occasions
chat, confab, confabulation, schmoose, schmooze - an informal conversation
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But Parrott (below) caught up with former Tottenham star and Ireland assistant Keane for a chin wag over the fence at yesterday's training sessions for the senior and 21s teams.
Mr Lockwood said he had a "chin wag" with Hooper on January 25, the day before the tragedy.
We could all share about the plus and minus points of mobile phones but when it comes to family gatherings nothing beats meeting together and having a good old chin wag, especially when chocolate cake is on the table.
An MSP's tea was out as he met primary pupils for a chin wag. But it was certainly no bun fight at Locharbriggs Primary as hard working children repaid a favour from MSP Oliver Mundell who treated them to a tea party at Edinburgh's Scottish Parliament.
I had told fellow Mirror columnist and former celeb BB star Carole Malone in our dressing rooms I was thrilled to be "with child" and we were besties after a cup of tea and a chin wag.
BIT OF A CHIN WAG Amir Khan lands a solid right against Algieri in Brooklyn
Most of it came from there but also the family getting together and having a chin wag.
Also having a bit of a chin wag is the ubiquitous Pharrell Williams, above, sporting yet another big hat from his fabulous collection.
Also having a bit of a chin wag is the ubiquitous Pharrell Williams, sporting yet another big hat from his collection.
No doubt everyone is wishing him well as he prepares for a career in umpiring and the players will all be looking forward to a bite to eat and a good old chin wag!
Lindley Grange manager Sarah Horner said: "Everyone knows that there is nothing better than a friendly 'cuppa' to bring people together and encourage a chin wag and our residents and local community are no exception!