The result or predicted result of an imminent event.
1. You really pissed that guy off. He'll probobly yink you dead.
2. That storms gonna yink us any minute.
verb. A blend of ‘you’ and ‘ink’. To produce something in great number, usually clothing.
The term originally stems from the prolific work of copywriters of London’s Fleet Street in the 19th century. These advertising writers used to be paid by the word, and the more they yinked, the more they got paid. Obviously their motivation to yink a lot was quite high, and the biggest yinkers were sometimes simply referred to as The Yink.
“Dude, look at this huge collection of tees Danny has! Does he yink them himself?”
“No, he had them printed at an online company. They yink a lot!
Someone that drinks a lot of ink.
Yink is a Dr. Seuss character that appears in “One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish”. The Yink drinks pink ink and likes to wink.
If you have a lot of ink,
then you should get a Yink,
1.An evolution of the word "junk", possibly a combination of the words "junk" and "stink". Used to describe something that is generally unpleasant.
That concert last night was fucking yink
When your best friend takes a remarkably big dump, tells you to come look at it and the only thing you can think of to say is "Yinks." A combination of Yikes and some other word.
"Come look at this dump i just took!"
(noun) The backside of the knee.
A baby drop is a trick on the bars where you hang from your yinks and then swing out to your feet.
A swift kick to the yink was all it took to bring down my older brother in a fight.
1.A small kid who loves to absolutely annihilate a shortyz
fighters and believes in the religion of THE PUMP.
2.A dictator of the socialist, proletarian, bureaucracy country-state of the United Country of Yarawuay
1.those fighters were eaten up by yink's fighters.
2. the all saluted as the dictator of the UCY, the "Yink", as he made his new budget announcement