"Chuckle out of your haste" is not an idiom. The word "chuckle" means a quiet ot minor laugh. "To get a chickle out of something" is to find something mildly humorous. The word "haste" just means "a quick action, not usually well thought out.Originally Posted by lolo
"Hooked on" means addicted to. It can be used with drugs, alcohol, or just about anything else. In this case, it is a cable news network.
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