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Joe's chickenhead anchor
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By jbak
Jun 26, 2007
Worth noting that chickenheads DO break. I almost bought the little ranch when one broke on me. And it was way more bomber lookin' than either of those little biscuits.
By j fassett
From: tucson
Apr 1, 2008
Giant heads everywhere and that's your anchor! Good God man!

JF
By Brian marsh
From: Snowmass
Nov 11, 2013
yur gonna die!!1!
By Eric Sophiea
Feb 4, 2014
That may qualify as a bajankity-anchor. Also known as a "bajanchor."
By Peter Lewis
From: Bridgton, Maine
Aug 19, 2014
At least they're equalized (sort of).

Love "bajankity" BTW. We have the best made-up words of any sport.

Here are a couple of good ones: "drifted" (for winter usage) which means to drop an ice screw into deep and soft snow, and lose it til spring, as in, "Yeah, I drifted a screw from the second pitch. I'll, like, totally never find that one." And "frosted" which means (as a pejorative), when you claim to have climbed a pitch free, but all your quick draws have chalk all over them: "Dude, he claimed to flash (fill-in-the-blank-route), but did you see his rack? All his draws were frosted." Or, as useful and humble beta: "The pitch is gnarly .11c, but if you frost a draw at the crux it's barely five-ten."
By Peter Lewis
From: Bridgton, Maine
Sep 9, 2014
And here's another one: hangle: the wad of rope that results when you toss your rappel rope off but it gets all tangled up and just hangs there, about 50 feet down.
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Joe's chickenhead anchor

Submitted By: Christian on Mar 30, 2007
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