1) Archaic (pre-Amercadian). Live Bait. From Chum: small fish thrown into the water by fishermen to attract larger fish. And Sore: To become colorful and stick out. 2) Any green and very innocent individual. Aggressively naive. 3) Hick, nubie, noobie, neck, drome-dome, pie kicker, hayseed, possum-eater, bohunk, homebilly, herkimer, “Just Plain Folks.” 4) Rabbit buyer, ump chay, pigeon, patsy, sucker, mark, blockhead, bonehead, meat-head, dimwit, “Dead from the Neck Up.” 5) Geezer. Any first-time visitor (newly arrived) to Recreation Station 97, the most challenging of the 483 (at this printing) Recreation Stations in our Galaxy.
Upon arrival, each new visitor to the station is given an l.D. brooch printed with the words: “New Visitor, Have a Heart.” This printed entreaty, designed and distributed by Rec Station P.R., serves to identify the Sore Chum to those inhabitants of the Rec who might make best use of him or her. To any of our readers considering a visit to Recreation Station 97, we remind you that the station motto is: “If You Can Dodge it Here, You’ll Dodge it Anywhere!”