Top Definition
Taking your dog for a walk (British).
"Gromit, it looks like a grand day for walkies!"

"They're techno-trousers, ex-NASA, fantastic for walkies!"
by HedyBlog June 21, 2007
Consuming beer while walking to the bar, walking home from a party, or walking towards the stadium entrance.
We heading in for kickoff soon?" "Yeah, let's finish these, then grab walkies for the trip.
by jimmy865 October 31, 2010
A euphemistic way to express foolish misplacing or generally negligent losing a possession and is used to give the impression the article in question will indeed turn up again where it was left.
Person A: Give us your number and I'll bell you later 'bout where we're meetin' for the booze up

Person B: Cannot mate, phone's gone walkies un' don't know my number off the top of me head
by englezadekaiser September 26, 2008
When a person or, often a small group of people go for a walk in a densley populated area. People go on walkies usually when bored. Once on walkies, the group of people often simply wlak around and do stupid things including inappropriately socialising with strangers, tormenting shops and business' and defacing public property.
OH EM GEE, lunch time has gotten to be so boring since they ban us from using the oval. Let's go walkies!
by coinroller May 13, 2008
A club in London full of cool people who use cool slang like 'blobbing' and 'deff'
Come on girls, lets g to walkiess!
by hellsybellsy February 02, 2010
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