verb - Walk fast, talk fast. For use in various instances, generally when the scene of something must be explained and left quickly.

From the Aaron Sorkin show "The West Wing" famous for numerous rapid exposition scenes.
It's the principal! Everybody West Wing!
by Gumbercules October 9, 2004
The West Wing is the butthole. The term implies anal sex or butt play.
Hey babe, want to go into the west wing tonight? ;-)
by MayorMaynot October 14, 2018
A TV show which followed the events surrounding a fictional president and his staff. The show was unashamedly liberal although always tried to show Republicans in a fair and honest light.

Despite not initially having the highest viewing figures, the program attracted then-record sums for adverts in America as the audience was deemed to be massively middle-class and wealthy.

Lambasted by a number of conservatives for being a liberal show, but remains the high point for televisual output from the States for the last 20 years.

The quality of the program declined when the creator, Aaron Sorkin left and the show has now been cancelled.

Famous for fast-paced dialogue and bringing politics to the (educated) masses. Presumably hated by the MTV generation as it has storylines that you are required to follow.

Names, rather obviously, after the West Wing of the White House where the various staff were primarily based.
The West Wing will remain the benchmark for all political and dramatic television for years to come.
by MiddleClassWhiteGuy July 25, 2006
The best show on televison ever until the 5th season, when it went into a massive decline as a direct result of Aaron Sorkin leaving. While many of the ideas in the show were very, very improbable in a real-life political situation, it still managed to educate more people on the workings of politics than almost any other form of fictional television entertainment (with the possible exception of The Daily Show). Basically rocks my world.
The West Wing is the best TV show ever; President Bartlet needs to take over.
by soodle42 May 14, 2007
To indulge in marathon, binge-like behaviour in regards to watching DVD's of The West Wing. Sessions may last anywhere from 4 straight episodes up to the entire 7 seasons.
I was West Winging all last week and now I know the Bartlett administration better than my own government.
by Mensch K March 18, 2009
Corporate jargon referencing the popular television show the West Wing. It is used to describe the act of discussing a topic while walking through the office, usually done in an attempt to look important.
Person 1: Hey do you have time to discuss the Penske file?
Person 2: Yeah, but I need to go get some coffee, lets West Wing It.
by Clay Elto February 19, 2013
Rohit: What are you up to tonight?

Carl: West Winging.

Rohit: Aiiight
by S. Gonzales July 16, 2011