Earliest Usenet uses via Google Groups:
- Bingo wing (attributive): aus.culture.gothic - Feb 24 2002, 1:09 pm by Neef
- Tori is a filfthy filthy slag of a woman with Bingo wing arms, No voice to speak off and a capacity for lyrics that should make even Nostradamus confused, Shakespeare despair and Allen Ginsberg reach for a shotgun.
- bingo wings (quoted, attributive): alt.usage.english - Jun 18 2002, 7:43 am by AlbertPeasemarch
- (It takes something for a gambit to attract no responses on this garrulous newsgroup, but my "bingo wings" post achieved just that distinction.)
- Bingo Wings (capitalised): alt.design.graphics - May 14 2003, 5:55 am by Andrew Banks
- It can't be that bad Carol - surely you aren't suffering from Bingo Wings at your age?
- bingo wings: free.uk.tv.bigbrother - Jul 31 2003, 9:00 am by Mushu
- lol - neither - I'd have to cover my bingo wings!!!
- bingo wing (attributive): uk.sport.football - Jan 10, 11:53 pm by Tony McChrystal
- I liked Eddie Honda purely for his thousand flabby armed bingo wing attack.
Earliest news uses via Google News since 1 Jan 2005:
- bingo wings (quoted): The Sunday Times, UK - Jan 15, 2005
- One Irish model came in to Henry’s gym recently complaining that she had “bingo wings”, so-called after the flabby upper arms of some older women who play the game.
- bingo wings (not quoted): Sydney Morning Herald, Australia - Jan 26, 2005
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Some Australian synonyms are aunty arms, good-bye muscle, piano arm, reverse biceps, tuckshop arm, widow’s curtain. See http://www.abc.net.au/corp/pubs/iabc/inside25_aug04.pdf — Hippietrail 06:52, 30 Jan 2005 (UTC)