wink wink (nudge nudge)

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wink wink (nudge nudge)

spoken A phrase spoken after a statement which emphasizes or points out a euphemistic underlying meaning or innuendo. To be honest, we didn't see many sights on our vacation. We spent most of the time in bed, though there wasn't much sleeping, wink wink, nudge nudge!
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I'm not sure if the third skill is compulsory - or if they warn you about this in bodyguard training school - because it seems to be the norm in most films or TV dramas where theres a celebrity and a bodyguard (wink wink Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner).
(Nudge nudge, wink wink.) Youngsters, ask your parents.
She wrote, "Instead of Nudge Nudge Wink Wink it's now 'Hug-Hug Wink-Wink' !!
All it would need to do is inflate its revenue forecast to a figure not likely to be exceeded, and inform the Legislature (wink wink, nudge nudge) that it might be imprudent to plan on spending the entire amount.
The new device is available(https://store.hihonor.com/us/honor-bff) April 1 (wink wink).
We were returning our trolley when he beamed at us, holding a pound coin, saying, "A pound for your trolley, girls." Wink wink...
Panto is all about ad-libbing, unexpected happenings on stage, outrageous costumes, wink wink jokes and audience participation and Jack And The Beanstalk has it all, as well as plenty of pops and bangs.
"I think Eric Idle's 'nudge nudge, wink wink' sketch is among one of my alltime favourites.
Inoffensive with a whiff of 'nudge, nudge, wink wink' ' material, much of the subject matter in the narrative has already been covered in the Liverpool-born comedian's largely autobiographical stage act, or in the snippets on his innumerable mainstream TV show appearances: the break-up and reconciliation with his wife, the influence of his kids and his almost accidental awakening to the industry.
Zena Mortiboys Depends on the expertise of the cook and the ingredients he has to work with; rather like trying to solve the present financial crisis which could be a bit of a pig's ear if put in the wrong hands...nod nod wink wink.
They played The Admiral bar - billed as Wink Wink - for 150 lucky fans.
But overall there was nothing nudge nudge, wink wink about the evening's music.
They also blamed clothing such as miniskirts, plunging necklines, sequinned croptops and thongs aimed at seven to 10-year-olds, some printed with slogans like "wink wink".
This is filled with nudge nudge wink wink innuendo to drug taking and lacks any real clout when it comes to the tracks.
I think God, the wink wink nudge nudge grand designer, is gay, but that was discussed in a previous sermonette.