wiggly, adj. 1. A word that you use with your friends that can literally describe anything or anyone, but usually expresses the idea of being abnormal, funny or drunk.
wiggle, n., 1. A person or thing that deviates from normal.
wiggle, wiggly, wiggled, wiggling v. 1. To express action in a wiggly fashion. The act of being wiggly.
"Let's go out and get wiggly tonight!"
"I saw that guy dancing on the bar at Pantheon last night. He's pretty wiggly."
"All these college kids are pretty wiggly."
"We wiggled pretty hard last night."
"I'm going to wiggle home."
"He's such a wiggle."
"We don't wanna be too wiggly."