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This parable has been dated since back in the 1700's as has been documented to have been used as "as a chip off the old block." It is a statement that is frequently used to express that person being said about resembles their biological parents in some way.
-Jenny sure does talk a lot - a real chip off the old block.
-Looking at T Swift's mom - not a real chip off the old block.
-Timmy looks like his mother had a secret affair with someone else besides his father - not a chip off the old block.
by hotshotonspot January 12, 2015
a person much like his or her parent in appearance or characteristics
Party animal JACK Osbourne was a chip off the old block at Pangaea Monday night.
by Alexson August 04, 2014

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