Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of wedgie.

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Examples

  • Ya know, I beginning to wonder if these Pubbies LIKE gettin 'wedgies!

    GOP beating

  • •Half of women have complaints about the way their underwear fit, with "wedgies" (30%) topping that list, followed by "doesn't lay flat under clothes" (19%) and "not enough coverage in the rear" (14%).

    Analysis shows: Ugly underwear can ruin your day

  • I think the real problem for the hopes for an idyllic "post-wedge world" is that the lunatic fringe — the straight-out creationists and "wedgies" — will latch onto anything mildly dissident from the evolutionary view, in a desperate attempt to gain credibility.

    A Post-Wedge World

  • As a guy who looks like he was probably on the receiving end of numerous "wedgies," you'd expect a guy like Cohen to tread lightly among easy targets.

    Borat: A Cultural "Wedgie"

  • Ah well, at least he got through before somebody came up with "wedgies" or "swirlies".

    Autism Hub

  • Plastics, such as wedgies or noodles, also have produced.

    JSOnline.com

  • They're thinking "Haw haw!" as their bully-heroes stuff liberals into lockers, take their milk money, and give them wedgies.

    Lance Mannion:

  • He's a bit of an intellectual bully who uses words the way dumber, less subtle bullies use wedgies and noogies.

    Lance Mannion:

  • Perhaps it is some sort of cosmic reward to nerds for enduring ridicule and wedgies throughout their lives.

    Weston Gentry: Why College Football Fans Really Hate the BCS

  • Oh the IDiots, those wedgies arguing climate change was a designed process and that that CO2 was the culprit.

    A Confession

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