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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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I'll tell you where - at the mercy of the whinger and on a very slippery slope.
The difference with sunny Sunil is that he is chairman of the cricket committee of the International Cricket Council and Fletcher is understandably upset that a top official can accuse another country of being champion whingers of the world.
STAYING on the theme of whingers, I heard someone else complaining about the media on the radio this morning.
Tom trying to impress a pouting pussy by making a roll-up ciggie was deemed "inappropriate" behaviour for youngsters by our anonymous whinger.
REFEREE Horacio Elizondo has rapped Wayne Rooney for being a World Cup whinger.
Ginger whinger Chris Evans ran Major close for least favourite passenger.
It's true United could cash in on Cristiano now but the Portuguese whinger is under contract until 2010 with his valuation unlikely to fall, unlike the player.
A VERITABLE festival of moaning from Arsene Whinger after the Champions League Final.
If staff at this hot-bed of whingers have the time to nit-pick, I'd say it's ripe for a few redundancies.
These whingers walk around with chips on their shoulders and complain Brum isn't as well known as Manchester, Leeds or Liverpool.
So, Tory and LibDem whingers and unenterprising local traders, stop complaining and get business moving
We have a real crisis that demands real solutions, and Cameron, with his shallowness, his disinclination to think seriously, his laziness and his 'chillaxing', is manifestly not up to the job" TV historian David Starkey "Put a sock in it, fast" A message from Mayor of London Boris Johnson, below, to Olympic Games whingers "I am not saying the Olympic Games are bound to be a triumph, but I am heartily fed up with the mongers of misery who think they will be a rain-spattered orgy of mud, incompetence, striking bus drivers, disgruntled staff, angry Americans, corporate greed and empty stadiums" TV's Jeremy Clarkson "If you live long enough, hip-hop inevitably gives way to hip op" Actor Michael Simkins who is approaching 50 "I am definitely on the posh side of things.
All these whingers who are refusing to pay to have their bin emptied, I would like to say I bet a lot of them just waste their money on cigarettes- they are either smokers or drinkers.
I HARDLY ever watch football, but it is my perception that the players are a lot of whingers who dispute the referee's decisions all the time.
The only critical voices in the story were from opposition politicians and the whingers at the Taxpayers' Alliance.