A ceremonial and sacred evening during which many chicken wings
will be eaten by a gathering of gluttonous friends. Each step of the preparation and consumption of the wings is carefully orchestrated and held holy. Deviation from tradition (i.e. inviting your girlfriend, not eating til breathing is difficult, leaving early, not toasting the first wing, not getting everyone a beer when you get up, bringing non-wing food to the gathering, de-wing
ing during the meal) is strictly and violently forbidden.
The only consumables other than chicken wings welcome at wing night are blue cheese dressing, celery stalks, and beer - lots and lots of beer.
tonight there will be a wing night. god be praised, tonight will be a glorious night. god i can't wait for tonight, since tonight's wing night. tomorrow i'm not looking forward to as much, but it's worth it.
n. Usually one night of the week in which a food serving establishment serves chicken wings at a reduced price, thus drawing in and allowing a large crowd solely intent on eating large quantitiies of these wings to do so without breaking the bank. Buffalo sauce, ranch, and bleu cheese are among the most popular dips served at wing nights. People gather for the same reason on wing night, making it an enjoyable atmosphere, popular with highschool and college students.
"Don't forget wing night on tuesday at 7:00, so don't make any other plans!"
"Hey man, you going to wing night tonight?
Wing Night. Pub / Bar vernacular which indicates a particular night of the week, where chicken wings are typically offered at a discount. Visit wingnight.com get further information.
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Wing night is a night in which wings will be consumed not addictively, but recreationally.
Sweet, Wednesday wing night!
when a man eats a woman out during her menstrual period.
A few months ago, Bill & Sally had wing night for a week straight.