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.
Mike P: yeah, a whole truck full o' firewood.
3. Jordan: we're goingggggg CHOPPING!
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