bingo wings

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Particularly: “I've read it's because they can be seen when one raises the arms to shout "bingo" in a game; is that true?”


bingo wings pl (plural only)

  1. (derogatory or humorous, slang) Large, loose flaps of skin hanging from the upper arms of the elderly.



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