1. To go shopping

2. To chop something.

Often used in a sentence to confuse someone as to whether you're actually going to chop something/someone, or if you're just pronouncing the word 'shopping' wrong.
1. Kelly: Hey do you want to go chopping later?
Sabrina: Yes! I need to get a new wing-suit.

2. Mike P: I just got done chopping in the woods.

Kelly: chopping?
Mike P: yeah, a whole truck full o' firewood.

3. Jordan: we're goingggggg CHOPPING!
by AnonymousWing February 26, 2011
Preparing marijuana to smoke it, by crumbling or chopping it up.
The po-po walked up while he was chopping. He decided he'd better book it.
by callinghome February 03, 2005
1. attempting to fix a haircut that you don't like by cutting it yourself

2. when you are really bored of your hair, changing it by cutting it yourself and cutting random or crazy peices and bangs
1. Nice haircut, I really love your bangs. All those random peices are so cool.
Thanks. At first I had this totally boring haircut, but then I went home spent an hour chopping it, so now it's cool.

2. I like your bangs, but weren't they longer yesterday?
Yeah, I got bored so I chopped them.

by Tessa November 07, 2007
when something is chopping you it means its better than yours.

"That car is chopping you"
by Lmp133 November 08, 2005
chopping a.k.a. jerking of
and all the other synonyms ......
i am chopping in the bubble bath
by caius January 27, 2005

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