wedgie


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wedgie

(Fairchild) A bug. Probably related to wedged.
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The Perth ace was so thrilled he hiked up his shorts with a pic of the wedgie going viral, even leading to a song "Do the Rumgay" being recorded.
This is unfortunate, because he had only recently retrieved them following a particularly searching wedgie from his brother, David, who seemed angry about something or other.
00pm) Alex Zane presents a countdown of the 100 most popular internet videos during 2010, including 50 previously unseen clips such as the Cheeseburger Fight and the Ultimate Wedgie.
Although he does manage to solve his cases, he's more likely to end up with a black eye or an atomic wedgie for his trouble than to get the girl.
George's high school gym teacher gave him a wedgie and called him "Can't-stand-ya," and just look at what happened.
My thanks to Wikipedia for this one: A wedgie is the practice of pulling someone's underwear up causing the underwear to wedge between the buttocks.
When I stood up in the landing pool, I had a major wedgie.
It's like a regular wedgie, where somebody reaches down the back of your pants, grabs your shorts and yanks "em upward, except that with an atomic wedgie, they yank "em up so high and hard they flip the elastic waistband over your forehead.
Embracing a worn library copy of Captain Underpants and the Wrath of the Wicked Wedgie Woman," Zoe perches at the kitchen table.
The magic isn't just gone; it ran screaming into the night like a banshee with a thong wedgie.
Owen says: 'Nicky Henderson told Shirley Robins that she wouldn't be able to just retire Wedgie, he'd be hard work - but she said that she knew someone who would take him.
Later, Akins and the second boy appeared to be goofing around on the bus and trying to give each other a wedgie, the witness said.