It started with romantic comedies and the alliteration found in the phrase, “chick flicks.” Now, the use of “chick” as an adjective has spread — with or without a built-in rhyme.

“Chick food” is used (mostly by men) to include such things as yogurt, cottage cheese, squishy vegetables and no red meat. More recently “chick cars” has been applied to usually small, stylish and generally “cute” four wheelers that are marketed to and appeal to women — mostly young women. “Guy cars,” obviously, are the opposite, although far less often referred to that way.

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