From "Chicago" and "polski", it represents the common practise of mixing Polish and English in everyday speech. Chicago houses the highest number of Polish descendants in North America, hence the reference to the city. It can also be found in other major English speaking cities in the world with significant Polish communities, but probably only referred to as such within the general geographical area of Northeastern USA and Southwestern Ontario (namely Mississauga).
1) Person A: "When I go to my aunt's, she asks me "Czy chcialabym wiecej cake'a.""
Person B: That's so Chicagoski.

or

2) "Jedź po Four-o-one do Yonge'u i zjedź na south."

English: Drive along the 401 to Yonge and exit to the south.
by xoxonut February 28, 2013

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