Slonk vs Chonk: What’s the Difference?
What is the difference between a slonk and a chonk?
- A slonk is a long, and slender cat, such as a Siamese. The name is presumably a blending of the words slink and long, with a k added for effect.
- A chonk is a chunky cat and has been in use since the late 2000s.
One of the most famous chonks is a mackerel tabby domestic shorthair named BJ who was looking for a home in 2019. Weighing in at 26 pounds (11.81 kg), BJ won the heart of the Internet, his post crashed the Morris Animal Refuge by potential adopters.
Slonk and chonk are just two words of many in what is termed DoggoLingo.
|Absolute unit||A large cat or dog|
|Blep||When a cat leaves a small portion of its tongue sticking out|
|Boop||A little tap on a cat or dog’s nose with your finger|
|Cat tax||A requirement to post a photo of a cat|
|Chonk||A chunky cat|
|Floof||Fluffy cat or dog|
|Mlem||The sound of the tongue as it moves in and out of the mouth|
|Peets||Cat or dog feet|
|Slonk||Long, slender cat|
|Toe beans||Cat or dog toes|
|Void||A black cat|