wet one


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wet one

n. a cold beer. I could sure use a wet one about now.
See also: one, wet
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The wet one the dry one the low and the high one soaring over granite,
The scientists planned to repeat the tests yesterday, so dust off your umbrella as we could be in for a wet one.
After the Big Wet One, some of the ladies gear up for the slot action at February's Sin City rally.
While I agree it is more pleasant to watch a game on a nice sunny day than a freezing or wet one - or both, it is Scotland after all - to take two months off would be ludicrous.
Spitballers; the last legal hurlers of the wet one.
Looking ahead at the season forecast for July and August it's not going to be a long, hot summer, or cool, wet one but somewhere in between the two.
I myself would prefer to wait a little longer if the driver of this calibre is (a) sent to Coventry by fellow drivers and the union, or (b) sent a P45, preferably a wet one by the bus company.
15, 1945, a young sailor dipped the surprised nurse and planted on her a wet one - a kiss that still resonates 60 years later.
You just wet one side of the fleece, apply the finish and wipe off drips with the dry side.
Anything you want, baby, just go up and get it, it's on me," said one agent, who then proceeded to try and plant a big wet one on a horrified, female non-Firmer.
Between melting snow and persistent rains, the spring of 1997 was a wet one, and the river rose--and rose.
I hope for his sake he doesn't grab a brolly if it's a wet one.
The UK weather is unpredictable and what can start out as a sunny day can quickly turn into a wet one, so be prepared and you can keep your score going regardless of the weather.
We are already offering 10/1 on a London white Christmas, 8/1 in Cardiff and Glasgow - but only even money on a wet one - for 2008.