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wedgy

and wedgie
n. a situation where one’s underpants are drawn up tightly between the buttocks; a melvin. Willy skipped up behind Greg and gave him a wedgy.
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However, the regularity is not evident for wedgy block and the runout range is similar in two release states, which can pose a recognition that the effect of height of wedgy dangerous rock (Figure 9) can be ignored when designing the mitigation.
These days, it features a set of wedgy A6-style headlamps positioned either side of a smarter single-frame grille and above a restyled bumper and revised air intakes.
But by the time you've put in hubby's trainers and all the other paraphernalia, there is barely room for those lush wedgy heels.
However, whatever your choice (most main courses are priced under a fiver) don't miss a portion of their wedgy, garlic-crusted chips: stunning.
Understated to the brink of plain boring, when I think back to this quite wedgy and slabby two-door saloon.
His stock ranged from a whole flat of nice, only slightly frosted and slightly rounded loose thumbnail crystals for $25 each, to a great 5 x 7 x 8-cm group of three huge, glowing green, wedgy forms.
But 'Wedgy' knows the horse well, and, believe me, he won't let anybody down.
For a start it looked cool with a wedgy sci-fi appearance.
I tried to imitate her, and ended up looking like I was trying to get rid of a wedgy.