Nick-name for Blue Jays Centre fielder Vernon Wells. V being his first initial and dub representing the W in his last name.
Who is that out there in centre field with the golden glove? That's V-Dub baby.
by Jeff Dawidowitz October 23, 2006
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Used in refrence to a Volkswagen
That vdub is slammed.
by Mark Reda June 19, 2003
Spoken abbreviation for VW. Please see VW for a background of Volkswagen.
I love my v-dub, which is better than your cavalier. sorry.
by Brad Wilk February 21, 2005
A term used for all Volkswagen cars including any and all air cooled beetles, buses or things. Not to be confused with non European cars such as Honda, Mitsubishi, Subaru, and Toyota... witch are in fact ricers.
Dude 1 - dude nice V-Dub
Dude 2 - Thanks, Volkswagens Rule!
by 24VR6 July 16, 2006
Shortened up word for Volkswagen one of the best car company's ever in the word.
"I just got a new vdub GTI"
by Panther3336 May 04, 2008
Volkswagon vehicles VW shortened.
Why pimp yo ride, just go V-Dub?
by xx-lead-xx February 01, 2007
v. To game solely for the purpose to gain gamerscore or get "cheevos"
I totally just Vdub'd that game.
by SkeletalRaider October 20, 2010
VDub was a parody tagline, used in a short series of commercials for German car manufacturer Volkswagen. As part of a 2006 advertising campaign for Volkswagen, advertising agency Crispin Porter + Bogusky created a series of three television commercials directed by Jonas Åkerlund, starring Swedish actor Peter Stormare as an effete German engineer named Wolfgang, and German model Zonja Wöstendiek as his assistant Miss Helga. The ads were created as a parody of MTV's Pimp My Ride.
The commercials began airing in late February 2006. Prior to the full launch of the TV campaign, the three 30-second spots became something of an internet phenomenon when popular automotive news website Leftlane News uploaded the ads to video distribution service YouTube. As of early March 2006, the ads had received over two million views on YouTube. Three years later, that number was over 10 million. The Term used for Volkswagen's cars "VDub" as a parody became so popular that fans and owners started to use it for their cars and VW's in general.
Yo man! I just tuned the suspension of my Vdub! You ready to go join Eurotrash ?!
by GermanShepherd March 23, 2011
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