Cluckbucket.com Chicken Wing Dictionary:
When you're eating wings, you have to know the correct lingo to go with it. Brush up on your vocab and amaze your friends with your expansive knowledge of the wing.
Double Jointed (adj.): Wings that need to be fully cracked to separate the drummie from the wing and also still have the nub attached. Origin, Plugger. Example: "Man Plugger, it looks like the chicken shack moved over to serving double jointed wings, what a waste of time and effort."
Cakesed (adj.): To say you will meet fellow wing lovers at a wing establishment and then just not show up or be heard from for several days or weeks. Example: " Wow, sure is great having all of us together at the wing shack. I thought Vanilla was going to show? It looks like we've been Cakesed."
McManused (adj) - When your muscles are too large to get the wing to your mouth. Example: I would like to try those wings, but I am too McManused.
Russian Wingette (n) - A high stakes game of chance. Begin with your regular size order of wings in your usual temperature of choice. Also order ten additional wings of the "Thermonuclear" variety. When the wings get to the table, randomly add the 10 super hot wings to the rest of the order. Each player/wing lover takes wings at random and the player at the end of the game who scores the most "thermonuclear" wings has to buy the next round of wings and beer. Example: Hey Doug, wanna play some Russian Wingette after softball tonight?
Cluckitosis (n) - The condition of having fetid breath the morning after a cluck-off. Origin: Gay Miller. Example: "Steve Roth's clukitosis cleared out the lane at this morning's shoot around."
Bits (n)- The bits be the bits. They are the scrumptious pieces of breading that everyone wants to eat but are too embarrassed. Except the Roth brothers and Monica Seles (she will eat anything). Origin: The Schlay. Example: "Schlay, Can I eat your bits?"
Winga (n) (Wing-gaa) - The friendly competition of stacking discarded wings on top of each other on a small "wing plate". The opposite of Jenga, whoever places the wing that causes the growing pile to fall to the table loses and must by the next round of wings. Origin: Jason Stevens/Mike Little. Example: "Hey man, you up for a game of Winga tonight?"
Nibble Meat (AKA, Extra Tasties) (n) - The little pieces of meat, flesh, and breading that is left over when your date is to finicky to finish. Good for swabbing up left over sauce. Never let Nibble Meat, or any other piece of a wingie, go to waste. Origin: Ben Johnson (or Native Americans) Example: My girlfriend called me a Neanderthal because I finished off the Nibble Meat she left on her wings.
Roth Factor (n) - An undeniable force used to alter the score of an athletic competition in such a way that any Illinois team is sure to be victorious. Origin: University of Illinois Media. Example: The Roth Factor proved to be the difference in Indiana's defeat tonight.
cluckbuckie (n) (cluck-buck-eee)- A devout follower of the cluckbucket tribe (junior cluckbuckies are called cluckies or clookies) Origin: Scott Roth. Example: The cluckbuckies decided to get together last night and check out the new restaurant.
Drummie (n) (drum-eee)- The leg like portion of a chicken wing. Origin: Unknown
Wing (n)- The two boned portion of a chicken wing. The wing portion is also known as the flat in the Northeast and Southeast areas of the United States. Origin: God
Nub (n)- The often discarded portion of the chicken wing found directly opposite the drummie. Often a topic of debate, the nub can serve dual purposes, either providing a way to hold on to your wing or taking up valuable space in a fryer. You make the call... Origin: Mike Hall
Breaded (a)- Chicken wings with breading (duh!) Breading often consists of some sort of flour and milk concoction
Naked (a)- Chicken wings without breading
Willie Style (a)- First perfected by award winning Chef Willie of the Fairview Heights Show-Me's, Willie Style wings are a version of wet wings.
Wet (a)- Describes Hot Wings with a large amount of sauce on them.
The Chicken Shack (n)- A term that can be used for anybody's favorite chicken wing restaurant. Origin: Unknown. Example: Great game tonight team, let's all go up to the Chicken Shack.
"I love eggs"- Say this phrase at the Iowa Machine Shed and they will bring you as many eggs as you want at no extra cost. PS: This has nothing to do with Hot Wings but is a merely helpful tidbit of information.
Fat - This is a catch all term that can be used to describe butter, oil, lard, extra sides of buffalo sauce, Scott Roth, or Tommy Herr's Mullet (phat). Origin: Unknown. Example: Could I get a side of fat with those wings?
Tossing (v)- No, not what you are thinking you pervert. The art of shaking wings in a large bowl to evenly distribute the buffalo sauce. Origin: Unknown. Example: Willie sure is tossing up a great batch of wings for us...
Wing Etiquette- Practicing wing etiquette is the result of consuming an even amount of drummies and wings.
Covelli (n)- Used to describe one who does not exercise proper wing etiquette. Origin: Roth Brothers. Example: Dude, stopping eating all the drummies you Covelli.
Mullet (n)- A hair style formulated with long hair in the back and considerably shorter hair on the front and sides. The ideal mullet has a 90:10 ratio of back hair to front hair. Many mullets can be found in Hooter's Restaurants located in the Southeast and Midwest portions of the United States. (other terms for a mullet: Business up front - party in the back, Hockey Hair, Kentucky Mud Slide, Wisconsin Waterfall, 90-10, and the 7) Origin: Unknown. Example: The hockey game was actually fun last night because the majority of the people in the crowd were sporting mullets.
Cluckoff (n)- A wing eating contest or a friendly competition for to determine who has the best hot wing recipe or can consume the most wings. Origin: Kevin Miller. Example: In order to determine who in the group could eat the most wings, the boys decided to have a cluckoff.