One of those big bad donkey/gorilla cocks that absolutely destroy the puss.
Stacy was suprised to see what Jamal was packing despite the fact he warned her at the bar he was packin' a wonka.
by The Dude 88 February 09, 2008
Any sort of oral sexual activity taking place inside of an elevator; preferably a glass elevator.
On the way to the top floor, she gave me a superb wonka!
by Slick and Slim January 08, 2009
A codeword used to talk about Marijuana. Not too commonly used. derived from the children's book "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory."
Weed and Wonka have the same first letter, making it easier of a word to decipher. Used most often around authority figures, to drive away suspicion.
1. "Want some wonka bars?"

2. "Oh man, those wonka bars were good last night"
by MissingNo11 January 07, 2011
The term wonka is a term derived from the 1964 novel Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory. The word has been taken out of context to describe the black race, hence calling them wonka's, as in chocolate. Its degree of offensiveness has increased markedly in recent years. Definitions 1a, 1b, and 2 represent meanings that are deeply disparaging and are used when the speaker deliberately wishes to cause great offense.

The word itself has become increasingly popular amongst the youth of today.
Wonka as the derogatory term was used in J.Flo's 2009 Album "On Da F-Block With My Wonkas".
1. Slang: Extremely Disparaging and Offensive.
a. a black person.
b. a member of any dark-skinned people.

"Fetch me water wonka!"

2. Slang term for homie, friend, buddy, etc., used primarily by African-Americans but has spread to other races as well.

"What's good my wonka?"
by Tony Jaa October 24, 2009
A word of praise and general liking. Often associated with something out of the ordinary.
Man that movie was wonka! or You are so wonka.


by Octopus Arms April 16, 2009
The area between a man's anus and scrotum. (The Willy, The Wonka, and the Chocolate Factory)
I was getting a heater from some chick and she kept going below ground for some wonka action.
by Howard Brackett November 20, 2007
An adjective that originates from the name of one of the principle characters in Roald Dahl's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. The character, Willy Wonka, was a wacky and deranged owner of a chocolate factory. The term was first used in its full form, but has now been shortened simply to 'wonka'.

The term is commonly used to describe anything that is bizarre and/or nonsensical. Both a person and thing can be referred to using this adjective.
"Did you hear what Vicky just said to me? She must be wonka!"
"That drawing that Stacia made is wonka, but I didn't want to say anything."
"Did you see what Amanda did today? She is wonka."
by J FizzleDizzle August 02, 2006

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