abbreviation for 'Chief' - as in the Chief of a Fire Dept or Police Dept
The Chef handed down some new policies
The pimp-ass character in the South Park show played by Isaac Hayes. Always a ladies man because he can sing the pimp love songs
Suck on my chocolate salty balls. Put em in your mouth. Put em in your mouth and suck em.
A sex-crazed black man from South Park who looooves white women.
Chef: Try my big chocolate salty balls, just put 'em in your mouth and suck 'em.
1)Term commonly used to refer to an individual who cooks professionally, especially the chief cook of a large kitchen staff.
2)A character from the popular cartoon television show "South Park" on Comedy Central. As of March 13th, 2006, the voice actor for this character, Issac Heyes, abandoned the show stating religious objections as his reason for leaving.
The chef took great care when preparing meals for the guests.
The bro name for the Kansas City Chiefs. It's been scientifically proven that if a fan refers to the Kansas City Chiefs as the Chefs, the team is statistically more likely to win.
The Chefs are takin state.
Literally means "Chief" in French and has nothing to do with cooking except for the fact that the "Chief of Food" at a restaurant is called the Chef de Cuisine or Chef for short.
Americans do make the mistake of equating a Chef with a Cook, which clearly must piss of any Non-Cooking French Chef...we should therefore keep up the good work.
Also, since a Chef is a "French Chief" and Chief is commonly used as a derisive moniker (a la sport, boss, my friend, jefe, etc), calling someone a Chef can be quite an aggressive insult in certain circles.
Also, a term of the utmost respect depending on context
Chef, nice work picking up that smokin hottie last night. I hope you closed that shit
Chef there is something floating in my water, can I have a clean glass please. On second thought, I don't want this cack'd up tap water, please bring me some bottled, no gas please.
Thanks, Chef (very context specific)
Yo Chef, long time no speak. How are the kids?
A term referring to one who prepares food on a professional level; often a term used loosely and carelessly.
"Can you work
a double shift in the kitchen
this week? Suzy booked another weekend off...she's a chef, you know."
: slang for the weed smoking queens
1."Hey!" the chefs are here"!
2. The chefs are at the party :implying there is weed smoking going on.