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This statement is a metaphor for saving ones self from a bad situation. It is derived from a bird in free-fall. If the bird spreads its wings, it can simply soar and stop it's impending pain/demise. Likewise, when a bird wants to fly away quickly, it spreads its wings wide open and with a few powerful thrusts flies away. Consequently, this statement is often used to remind one of their inner strength.
Sam found Andi crying after a break-up.

"Wings wide open, dear, wings wide open!" Sam encouraged.

"Yes, WWO. I'm the one that's gotta make this situation better for myself" Andi smiled back.
by TC3 June 13, 2011

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