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  • n. Euphemistic spelling of wanker.

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Examples

  • For me, it's very specifically a male term - a direct synonym for the slightly more 12A rated 'w*nker' - used to describe intensely unattractive and repugnant males such as Michael Moore, James Blunt and my erswhile nemesis Alan the Arse.

    A Cunt By Any Other Name...

  • "Oh look Iain, there's that w*nker Laurence Boyce over there"

    Caption Competition

  • I never thought I'd ever agree with Reid, but Hain is such a w*nker that he deserves a good kicking.

    Reid Steps Up His War on Peter Hain

  • And the w*nker has the temerity to have the tag-line "social entrepeneur" at the top of his website.

    What Labour Think Of The British Working Class

  • Posted Apr 13, 2006 at 10:06 AM | Permalink how many of the posts there describe people as w*nker*?

    Hansen and Schmidt: Predicting the Past? « Climate Audit

  • Re #105, how many of the posts there describe people as w*nker*?

    Hansen and Schmidt: Predicting the Past? « Climate Audit

  • Définitely when I want to say “enculé”, I say “w*nker”!

    driving in Paris: a survival guide

  • On the way to Bisley yesterday, road conditions were bad and it was p*ssing down a Black Merc sports went skitting by at about 90mph, I thought, w*nker, then about half a mile further on there was the Merc piled into a tree, it had hit some standing water shot over the central reservation, across the oncoming carriageway and into a tree, luckily there were no other cars involved.

    Army Rumour Service

  • There's my one w*nker in ten straight off the spin.

    geeks.co.uk

  • My prevailing memory of the day was what must have been a 10 year old Stoke fan giving a w*nker sign to the Arsenal fans!

    A Cultured Left Foot

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