verb. to whine, to winge, to complain
Etymology: Tim Minchin's grandfather created this word, presumably to describe his grandson's upset attitude as a child upon discovering how the world is full of stupid people. Tim Minchin himself now uses this word in his song "Lullaby" to describe his young daughter's midnight whining.
1. "Your blankets hand-knitted with pure Angora wool,
your nappy is dry, and your tummy is full
of enough antihistamine to chill out a bull,
yet still all this gringing."
2. *commercial about donating money to feed African children plays on TV in background*
Sam: Ugh, not again.
Patricia: You should be more sympathetic. You would gringe if you were in their shoes.
Sam: Well how fortunate I am that they don't have shoes, then!
a filthy dirty penis with an accumulation of genital cheese under the uncircumsised foreskin. probably with an open sore on the shaft and bolbous veins protruding
1. to have a boyfriend with a gringe is most unfavourable and quite disadvantages to ones sex life
2. not having had a girlfriend in two years has resulted in his penis declining into a gringe from lack of cleaning and constant excoriation from masturbating
Noun; a contraction of the phrase 'green fringe', often coupled with the word 'lunatic', as in ‘the lunatic gringe’. Denotes the social demograph wherein can be found those poor souls who sacrifice all else for the sake of environmental ideals, and attempt to convert all and sundry to their own personal cause.
He was part of the lunatic gringe, and had sworn never to eat lettuce unless he was sure it had been humanely killed.