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8.
a teenage male who cares more about his bromance than his girlfriend, still uses AIM, and pretends he has a giant weenie even though it is actually not that big
person one: look him, he just ran past his gf to see his best friend!
second person: what a weenie
by MonkeyCheeseGrace February 20, 2011
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9.
a dork, a dweeb. Not necessarily a bad thing.
see mims,mimszinski
don't be such a weenie
by daniul webstir April 29, 2005
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10.
A bigger wimp that literally will not do anything to get around in life itself.
Look at the weenie with his thumb up his ass! What a weenie!

Hey Jimbo, look at Earl... He just sits on his ass afraid of the world. What a weenie!
by Brimanson April 14, 2012
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11.
Noun.

An uncool, outta style person. Usually into reading, science, and breeding fish. You can find them hanging around arcades or comic book conventions.

TRAITS THAT SEPARATE A WEENIE FROM NORMAL PEOPLE:
1) weenies either wear the same clothes over and over again, OR wash their clothes 88 times a day.
2) weenies are almost always virgins.
3) weenies beat you in the science fair.
football guy #1: YOU DOOD LOOK AT THAT WEENIE
football guy #2: YEAH LETS BEAT HIM UP!!

weenie #1: My stars! I think I have accidentally spilt some Co2 with my NaCl4!!
weenie #2: E=MC2!
by yo yo yo mamma June 20, 2006
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12.
A person with a lanky personality
"I was running to my tent and forgot there was a porch in front of it so I ran right into it and fell straight onto the cement..."

"Classic weenie, textbook!"
by weenies4lyfe August 14, 2012
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13.
One that behaves in a way that would be considered effeminate or cowardly. Typically with a total disregard for their genitalia. Often associated with being a cry-baby, mamma's boy, yellow belly or pantywaist.
"Dude, Jeff put toilet paper on the toilet seat before he sat down. What a weenie!"
by fancyboyjr June 14, 2012
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14.
noun: military in origin, derisive term for a personal or administrative assistant to a flag-grade officer (colonels, generals, navy captains or admirals). The term refers to a support or staff role, as opposed to an individual in a line or operations position in an organization. In the corporate world, this term may refer to someone in a personnel/human resources or accounting role, as opposed to someone in a sales, manufacturing, or engineering role.
"The HR weenies that come up with these policies have never set foot in a customer's facility. No wonder they don't have a clue..."
by speedstan February 23, 2010
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