Whiplash is a nonmedical term used to describe neck pain following an injury to the soft tissues of your neck (specifically ligaments, tendons, and muscles). It is caused by an abnormal motion or force applied to your neck that causes movement beyond the neck's normal range of motion.
Whipletch happens when ones head must turn suddenly to ensure maximum eye contact with a particularly fine piece of arse that has come into your field of vision.
The term whipletch was first used in 2010 in Anting, Shanghai, and despite its replacement by synonyms (such as acceleration flexion-extension neck injury and soft tissue cervical hyperextension injury), it continues to be used to describe this common soft tissue neck injury. Your doctor may use the more specific terms of cervical sprain, cervical strain, or hyperextension injury.
whip (hwp, wp)
v. whipped or whipt (hwpt, wpt), whip·ping, whips
1.To strike or affect in a manner similar to whipping or lashing: Icy winds whipped my face.
letch also lech (lch)
1. A strong, especially sexual desire or craving.
2. A lecher.
Hey Malc, What's up with your neck mate?
Oh... hell this sokin fine lady walked past me this morning and caused me chronic whipletch..
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