Dwile-flonking meaning

(UK) An obscure and intentionally preposterous sport in which teams take turns to dance while avoiding a "dwile" (beer-soaked cloth) thrown by their opponents.
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Origin of dwile-flonking

  • Possibly from Dutch dweil (“floorcloth”) and English flong, an old past tense of fling. The first documented game took place in 1966.

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