A person who employs monetary arguments or issues to try to convince a person to make a decision different from the initial one, especially when the initial choice may be more beneficial(notwithstanding its monetary issues).
Ex:He said that she should purchase the more skimpy purse since it was more expensive and thus of higher quality. However, it would be a bad choice in the sense that the purse is skimpy or not very strong. She called him a wigger wagger since the more expensive purse ripped the next day.
by bearhat May 18, 2009
Can you define these popular missing words?
A northern England word for flapjack (meaning a desert cooked with oats, butter and sugar)
Do you fancy a piece of wigger wagger with your coffee?
by Richard Womersley January 11, 2006