Term for "common folk" or "blue collar" people. The term was created by a nine year boy after he would witness three people sitting across a seat in a pickup truck. Hip wiggies are several people sitting hip to hip in a pickup truck. Later the term became broader to describe "common people" or "blue collar people". The term also became the name of a company that sells products to consumers.
The company markets it products to hip wiggies.

Hip wiggies once dominated the working class of America, but as society become more service oriented there was a shift to white collar professional jobs.

The pickup truck was only large enough to sit three hip wiggies at a time.
by webwiggie July 06, 2011

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