w.a.m.s means When All Missiles Shoot. It's a line from an old movie.
w.a.m.s is used in war I'm guessing, or most probably, " That's when all missiles shoot!"
by Joseph Ashton February 26, 2009
Wet And Messy sex. Describes a fetish of sorts that envolves getting covered with some form of goopy messy substance. This can be either food, such as eggs, chocolate sauce, pancake batter, truffle oil, etc. Or a non-food delight like mud, sweet crude oil, plaster and the like. To me this should be the normal porn material, and freaky "dry and clean sex" would be a fetish.
Sweetheart, did you get the groceries?
Yes, and I picked up corn syrup and veal pate, and an extra shower curtain for our WAM night
by Craiglor August 26, 2005
Walking Around Money. Monies given to you by your sugar daddy/sugar momma for you to spend freely.
What, you're out of cash? Why isn't your man givin you any WAM? My man gives me WAM all the time because he knows he won't get any booty otherwise.
by Javelina June 23, 2005
It's a song off the new fall out boy album.
Most people think it stands for Waitress, Actress, Model, Singer
w.a.m.s. is a cool song
by penguin202 March 31, 2009
Work Avoidance Mode - You are at work, and you are avoiding it, the boss, and anyone else that might cause you to be a responsible and productive member of the workforce.
I am deeply ensconced in WAM. Haven't done shit in 8 hours. Ain't gonna do shit either. In fact, I'll have to back in to the pay window this week.
by sekots December 14, 2006
originates from the phrase whats happening, shortened to what happen, shortened to wam, from the caribbean
wam dog, wam g, wam
by trini_yardie January 08, 2011
Weak ass motherfucker
Example 1:
A: "My girl left me and now my life is meaningless."
B: "Man, stop being a WAM!! You'll live."

Example 2:

A: "You need some protien in your life. You're too thin"
B: "I know, I'm such a WAM.
by The_one August 15, 2013
WAMS= What about my salary?

This expression is commonly used by slackers once they have been told that they are in jeopardy of being demoted or even fired.
After months and months of not doing work, the boss brought it to the attention of the employee that his job was in jeopardy. The employee responded with a sad look on his face saying "What about my salary?" -Wams
by Office Guy0897 January 19, 2010

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