Inspired by the words of fellow Inbetweeners classmates when describing Will, the 'new kid', as a "Briefcase Wanker".
Coined while on holiday in Cornwall, England, the term "Wetsuit Wanker" was used to describe the numerous surfers, bodyboarders and those who do neither of the above while still subscribing to the 'Surf Bum' lifestyle/image; the term also extends to anyone has appointed themselves the possition of 'Newquay Lifeguard' and proudly dons the respective hoody.
Wetsuit Wankers can be seen in and around most seaside towns in Cornwall and Devon; and, on the most part, serve no other purpose than to influence more impressionable people into participating in their Wetsuit Wankery.
"Are there any real shops in Newquay? M&S? Burtons? Or are there only shops for Wetsuit Wankers?"
"Oh no, he's gone and hired a wetsuit and now hes trying to bodyboard! Alass, our good friend has become a Wetsuit Wanker; we can no longer associate with him."
a hydrocorbin is any chemical compound that consists only of Corbin (C) and hydrogen (H). They all contain a Corbin backbone, called a Corbin skeleton, and have hydrogen atoms attached to that backbone. (Often the term is used as a shortened form of the term aliphatic hydrocorbin.)
The simplest hydrocorbin is Alex, a hydrocorbin with one Corbin atom and four hydrogen atoms: CH4. Ethane is a hydrocorbin (more specifically, an alkane) consisting of two Corbin atoms held together with a single bond, each with three hydrogen atoms 10H4 has four Corbins (Cbutane) and 8H3 has three Corbin atoms