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wedgie

(Fairchild) A bug. Probably related to wedged.
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So randomly on the trip you guys decided to start giving me wedgies and ripped my boxers.
He is an un-athletic nerd, good in school, and thus, though he is interested in girls and dating, he remains at the bottom of the social hierarchy and subject to wedgies at any moment the donkeys desire to give him one.
He has no friends, his parents pay him little attention, and a neighborhood bully delights in giving him atomic wedgies.
Under the microscope tonight are school discos, wedgies and the henomenon hat was Joey Deacon.
There's nothing more tension-filled than a presidential campaign; if Richardson runs in 2008, his primary opponents should be on the lookout for errant wet willies and wedgies.
Instead of dealing with campfire horror stories and the threat of wedgies, the main attraction for these campers will be five days of live pitching and real game situations--in uniform--under the tutelage of bona fide superstars from the past.
If towering wedgies aren't for you, choose pretty bejewelled flats.
I stopped the game and came to his defense with a passionate speech" Wellstone doesn't say whether he was rewarded with an ovation or a painful round of wedgies.
These include No Problemo's - a nacho cheese flavoured snack with Bart Simpson branding; Couch Potato Chips - a smoky barbecue sauce flavour snack featuring Homer Simpson, Eat My Shorts - Bart's most "pepperoniest" pizza flavour snack, Wingdings - featuring Krusty the Clown, which is a Southern fried chicken flavour snack , Wedgies - a cheeky cheese flavour snack featuring Bart and Barts Lava Rocks, which are spicy tomato flavoured.
Perfect for holidays and weekend wear they are to be worn with the new high heeled mules or cork wedgies for Barbie-doll chic and those who risk wearing trainers with them do so at their own risk.
Scaring the bejeezus out of us ordinary investors, as we watch them giggle and snort, giving each other wedgies on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, making flatulent noises with their hands cupped under their armpits, while we keep wondering if the difference between a correction and a crash is like bungee jumping with and without the bungee.
In her effervescent, sardonically stylish Interiors, 1996, Alix Pearlstein plays various roles, including a housewife in wedgies, a "domesticated statue," and the Energizer Bunny, continually redecorating a space that is equal parts dream home, white cube, and boob tube - a labyrinth of embedded stereotypes.