- n. Plural form of wiener.
“I guess I shouldn't complain since there are always other things to eat, but usually the wieners are the most appealing.”
“Wouldn't this be a grand place for a Ceremonial Meeting?" said Migwan, as they all stood round the blazing fire roasting "wieners" and bacon.”
“I looked at this and thought "ha ha, I think he spelled" wieners "wrong in a post about someone making a grammatical error!”
“His stop yesterday shows that while the most sophisticated chefs in America may be vying for his palate, American hot dogs and sausages were the 'wieners' this weekend in Washington.”
“Janet Riley said, "His stop yesterday shows that while the most sophisticated chefs in America may be vying for his palate, American hot dogs and sausages were the 'wieners' this weekend in Washington.”
“Boobs and wieners" pixilated, natch galore, rattling many of the geeky contestants, including Megan, who admits, "I haven't seen a penis in two years," and Nate, who won the earlier self-tattoo challenge, confessing, "I'm not a fan of being that close to naked people.”
““As much as I like giant wieners flying at me, this is a little outside my comfort zone.” —”
“My boyfriend, Johnny, who is also old, has his own issues, the kind that lots of sixty-year-old men have with their snicker, snicker “wieners.””
“A commercial for Oscar Meyer wieners comes on TV; a happy family at a cookout stands around the grill smiling.”
“For the wieners of the city and those who keep anoyomouse going talk with a retired officer about whet it was like when he/she started and what the did for the City and you will come away with a different insight into Police work”
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