chicken and eggs
 n.— «A “C & E.” It’s a combination bet of any craps (“C”) and an eleven (“E”). It’s another center prop bet to stay away from, but I was standing at a craps table recently, and when a player asked for a C & E, the stickman sang out, “Chicken and eggs. We catch ’em, you eat ’em.” Caught my attention that one did.» —“Deciphering the Language of Craps” by Linda Mabry Casino City Times Apr. 7, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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