spatchcock \SPACH-kok\, verb:
1. To insert or interpolate, esp. in a forced or incongruous manner.
1. A fowl that has been dressed and split open for grilling.
- 1. To prepare and roast (a fowl) in this manner.
Spatchcock is possibly an alteration of spitchcock, "an eel that is split, cut into pieces, and broiled or fried."
- When two people think they are arguing, but fail to realize they actually agree.
Ross: This arena is bigger than the old one.
Morgan: Not much bigger.
Ross: It is bigger.
Morgan: Barely, hardly enough to notice.
Ross: It's definitely bigger!
Morgan: But NOT MUCH bigger!
Chris: Uhhh, guys? You're in violent agreement.