The displaced chunks or clods of earth that are products of lawn aeration. It shares a similar naming, as well as a similar meaning to "Chads", which--as you may know--are the small displaced pieces of paper which result from a hole-punch, or 3-hole punch (most often in form of a circle).
For the longest time, nobody knew what to actually call a chunt. Almost everybody, since they were a child, has seen a chunt, but again--never knew what to refer to it as. Kids have often referred to them as turds or poo; but let's face it, that's just lewd.
Kid #1 (on freshly aerated soccer field): Man, these chunts are getting out of hand, why would coach make us play on the field today?
Kid #2: Because we strive for greatness, Pancho , because we strive for greatness...
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