The visibility of a woman's thong through her pants.
That woman needed some darker pants, because you could see her whale tail right through them.
by Zac Weldon July 10, 2007
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the whale tail is the shape formed when a g-string rides up high over a womans trousers
oh my god look at that butt, her whale tail is showing so high!
by garv November 10, 2003
the whale tail is the shape formed when a thong or g-string rides up high over a womans trousers
oh my god look at that butt, her whale tail is showing so high!!
by Saint_Vitus March 17, 2005
A fashion boom popularized by Britney Spears and Anna Korinkova incorporating hipster jeans and high riding thongs.
This restaurant does not permit tie-dyes or whale tails.
by Bill Peters August 03, 2004
A thong/g-string riding up the back, usually while wearing low-rise jeans. Derived from a whale's tail sticking out of the water.
Whoa, check out that whale tail! Pull your camera out!
by skribb January 02, 2006
whale tail – the appearance of the top rear strap of a woman’s thong, v-string or g-string underwear above the waistline of her pants, shorts, or skirt whenever she sits, bends over or squats, though some low-rise clothing is now designed to display the whale tail at all times; so-called because the strap closely resembles a whale’s tail rising from the water.
Dude! Check the whale tail on that chica!
by orencool April 09, 2006
A whale tail is the effect that happens when a girls G-string or Thong becomes exposed as she walks, bends over or squats. Actually whenever you can see that wonderful exposed thong in the shape of a whale's tail. Lowrise jeans and higher cut thongs are creating for extremly great Whale Tails around as more and more thongs become exposed.
When Allison was bent over to tie her shoe her pink thong rose up and I saw a magnificent whaletail.
by Miles Dyson December 16, 2005
when a girls underwear shows because her pants are too low therefore forming the shape of a whale tail on her behind
Dude check out that whale tail
by gilly54 April 24, 2006