2. A replacement word for "hello" or "hows it going."
3. When used inquisitively (e.g. with a question mark after it) is a replacement for something baffling.
4. A replacement for the word fuck
Person 2: Cluck!
Person 1: Why didn't you?
Person 2: Cluck you!
Person 1: Do you even get what I'm saying?
Person 2: Cluck?
Clucken, adj. The act of begging for dope.
Girl you are clucken, get a job I we already did an eight ball.
Greg: Cluck off man I am playing cod 4
Bob: You're no longer my friend you cluckhead!
Verb: To have killed a conversation.
Cluck is short for conversation killed, the CK becoming cluck.
Lisa: "this is such a cluck"
Lisa: "way 2 cluck"
The term, cluck derivates from the term cold turkey, owing to the fact that when withdrawing from these drgs, one of the many withdrawal symptoms include goosebumps, like those on a plucked turkey. ** In the song 'Cold Turkey' by John Lennon, there is a lyric; "...Goose Pimple Bones" **
Too be fussy, the word should really be gobble as that's the sound turkeys make, but, as you may, or may not, know; gobble has taken on a different meaning..
There are many, many euphemisms for withdrawing from heroin/opiates etc., but others relevent to turkey/cluck are: to roast or roasting, clucking, spitting feathers and being oven ready!
That's where cluck comes from! Not crack!, although clucking has become a generic term for withdrawing from any addictive substace - as cold turkey has also done. But (as explained above) they originate from opoid withdrawal symptoms.
To see an almost endless list of words and phrases to do with withdrawing/clucking/cold turkey check out heroin