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See also: Wenis
The exact origin of the term is unknown, although it likely originated in the 1990s or earlier as a humorous corruption of the word penis, or perhaps as a blend of wiener + penis.
wenis (plural wenises)
- (slang) The skin on the outside of the elbow.
- 2010, Tilda Shalof, Camp Nurse: My Adventures at Summer Camp, page 94:
- “Did you know your wenis is showing?” “My what?” “Your wenis!” How hilarious. This joke — which I didn't get — was on me. “You got punk'd, girlfriend!” squealed Caitlin when I told her. Kitch had heard that one before. “Wenis is the medical term for the flabby skin on the elbow,” he said. I stood in front of the mirror, fingering my wenis. Flabby, was it?
- 2011, Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, A Shore Thing, page 136:
- “ […] Or know that this”—he tickled her elbow—“is the sexiest wenis I've ever seen.”
- 2016, Amber L. Johnson, Critical Autoethnography: Intersecting Cultural Identities in Everyday Life, page 92:
- I learned to appreciate skin where skin didn't matter before. Like the wenis of an elbow.
- (slang) The penis.
- 2009, Matt Youngmark, Zombocalypse Now, page 54:
- “Don't be such a wenis,” she says. “He bites me like five times a week.”
- See also Thesaurus:penis.
- ^ “About This Word: wenis or weenis or wenus and wagina”, in Dictionary.com, accessed 23 January 2018