that is surprising! Often used on classic Scooby Doo by Velma and (occasionally) Daphne; used a bit less often in the newer version, but only by Velma.
Jinkies, that monster is really just a guy n a suit pulling off a scam...just like all the other...times... Well, this just isn't surprising anymore.
by Darian December 24, 2003
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Exclamation of surprise; Most commonly used by one Velma in the late '60s and early '70s.
Jinkies, that monster is just a guy in a disguise!
by Rodney Basil October 07, 2003
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a way for a girl or guy to call or claim someone to be theirs.
I'm calling jinkies on him!
by lovelylittleliquey October 03, 2009
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Lee Jinki is the talented, amazing, wonderful leader of the Korean band SHINee. He is good with gags and trips over nothing- a condition the rest of the members call the "Onew Condition". Jinki is also known as Tofu, Dubu, Onew.

Whenever he makes a joke, he prompts the other person if they get it.

Jinki is clumsy and humorous and very, very sweet. He cannot prepare for a date to save his life and is dedicated to the people he loves.
"Jinki's duet with Jonghyun was amazing!"

"Whatever he does, it's the Onew Condition."
by kimbopeep January 17, 2010
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An interjection.
An exclamation for something surprising. It is often used during the TV show "Scooby-Doo." It was mainly used to signify something shocking or for the discovery of a clue.

It's not a breakfast cereal, although it should be.
Johnny Bravo: "Jinkies!"
Ghostly Gardener: "GRRAAAHHHHHH!!!"
Johnny Bravo: "Jinkies... Jinkies... Isn't that a breakfast cereal or somethin'?"
by IceSide May 13, 2013
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