This was 100% of all the recorded Wenis’s in USA. Ohio had the highest population of Wenis families in 1840. Many of the modern surnames in the dictionary can be traced back to Britain and Ireland. “The wenis is a real thing, it’s just underrated.
“Biologists have dictated that this part indeed is an elbow, so it’s nothing more,” said Junior Jacob Breuer. Weenus is a slang word for the excess or loose skin at the joint of one’s elbow, which is technically referred to as olecranal skin. You might argue that the skin part of the elbow is what is called the wenis but guess what nobody cares, it’s still called an elbow. Posttraumatic arthritis is a relatively common complication of olecranon fractures.
They’re different things,” said , a Riverside sophomore. I didn’t speak out that day, but this time I’ll make sure no one forebearer definition gets dragged into the “look at my wenis” faction. I see “wenis” in the dictionary, I’m going to use the actual name.
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In the show , the “wenis” is the term given to the wrinkly patch of skin on the elbow, that is smoothed out when the elbow is bent. We are given no logical etymology for the word, and it’s likely that the use of the term is more widespread and predates the show. You might argue that the skin part of the elbow is what is called the wenis but guess what nobody cares, it’s still called an elbow. Nobody in the real world would use the term “wenis” when referring to the elbow.