wanker's cramp

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wanker's cramp (uncountable)

  1. (idiomatic, vulgar, slang) An ache in the wrist caused by repetitive movements.
    • 2001, Dermet Bolger, The Valparaiso voyage
      I was just amazed the poor boy didn't get wanker's cramp having to count out fifteen thousand pounds in cash.
    • 2003, Battleax, uk.rec.motorcycles.classic[1]
      It's amazing how you can get wanker's cramp from frantically squeezing a brake lever