To Dink - Verb
To fool around
Doing something with no purpose
I dinked around with friends for hours last night.
(The provision of) a lift on a bicycle ridden by another.
The passenger may sit on the handlebars, the crossbar, or even behind the rider on their seat (with the cyclist standing on the pedals instead).
After visiting the milk bar to buy some lollies, John asked Aaron for a dink on his bike. Jumping on the handlebars, they coasted down the hill with ease.
Get on, I'll dink you.
Can I have a dink?
A very small, disappointing poop. Often times, you think it will be bigger, but you realize it is tiny.
I had to poop
today, but it was just a dink.
A disguised term of endearment used by a homosexual husband to his unsuspecting wife, often an inside joke between he and his gay lover from work.
When he called her "dink," it slightly filled the unexplained emptiness she felt inside.
Racial slur used in the movies Apocalypse Now and Platoon to refer to the North Vietnamese.
We didn't find one of 'em, not one stinkin' dink body.
D.N.Q. - in screenwriting competitions, a dink is a script that Did Not Qualify, or make it past the first cut.
My script was dinked; it didn't even make it into the quarterfinal round.
multiple or severe punches
throw some dinks (kick him in his head, break his glasses)