Main Entry: wan·der
Inflected Form(s): wan·dered; wan·der·ing /-d(&ring/
Etymology: Middle English wandren, from Old English wandrian; akin to Middle High German wandern to wander, Old English windan to wind, twist
1 a : to move about without a fixed course, aim, or goal b : to go idly about : RAMBLE
2 : to follow a winding course : MEANDER
3 a : to go astray (as from a course)
4 : usually used by fucking fags named Tyler who have Vaginas
"I'll let my mind wander about who gets to stick it in my vagina today"
"My mind is wandering sexual thoughts of a girl named Candice, to bad she doesn't date guy's with vaginas"
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