(1) In East Londonslang, a term of endearment used to describe a grumpy, bitter and twisted old man.
(2) A working sailing boat ("Lune Whammel") originally designed in the early 1900s and most commonly found in the Lune Estuary / Morecambe Bay, Lancashire, England.
(3) Transitive verb meaning to turn over.
There's a whammel sailing that Whammel but he's not going to whammel for us.
A large group of MS sufferers and carers who met through the UK MS Society and regularly brave the elements of the early 21st century to meet up near Leeds, England and exercise their right to freedom of speech without moderation, discussing such weighty issues as how to get large quantities of drinks back from the bar to their table without falling over and when Leeds United FC are going to win the cup.
The Nomods are good Yorkshire folk and like to get big rounds in, particularly when someone else is paying.