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whing-ding

and wing-ding
1. n. a love affair; a sexual affair. Sam and Martha brought their little whing-ding to an end.
2. n. a gadget. I’ve never seen one of these little wing-dings so banged up.
3. and whinger n. a wild drinking party; drinking spree. Fred had one of the best whing-dings this town has ever seen.

whinger

verb
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All the c**p last year, I don't whinge about it, I'm jovial
Don't whinge about where the money's coming from - you've got all our money, now divert some of it to fund the following: Provision of sufficient salt, grit and snow clearing equipment for councils.
Whinge De Jong has urged his team-mates not to whinge about being left out of the side - with the City squad well-stocked, especially in attack.
TO THE minority of Villa fans who buckle at the first hiccup, who fall at the first hurdle, who moan and whinge and whose glasses are always half empty - cheer up and enjoy.
Constantly the Muslims are saying how they want to fit into our society, yet when it doesn't suit them they whine, whinge and complain that it does not conform to their religion.
A GREAT failing in Scotland is a natural tendency to whinge and bring our own people down.
What I am not entitled to do is break them and whinge when I am punished.
Never a thought that it could all be your fault, just whinge.
The chorus was "they whinge a bit, they whinge a bit, they whinge a bit, they whinge a bit".
He is so out of touch with the ordinary folk of Liverpool that he does not realise people whinge because of the poor services provided by Liverpool city council.
He said: "If we win by a few points maybe there'll be nothing to whinge about and we'll get the credit we deserve.
We can whinge and complain about the first goal but no, in the end we were outplayed on the night.
Some of the very people who whinge about the importance of a good education or how much easier exams are supposed to be these days are the ones that have little or no qualifications themselves.
If you want to whinge about something then think about the elections you mugs Bill Duggen, St Helens
It would have been easy to whinge and feel hard done by, but John simply picked himself up and got on with it.