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Il componimento, scritto da William Miller e intitolato Willie Winkie, fu pubblicato per la prima volta in Whistle-binkie: Stories for the Fireside, nel 1841. Esso ha, nel Roud Folk Song Index, il numero 13711. The male reproductive organ, often used in drunken pub talk in certain Australian areas.
Winkies, also called Winkie Cakes, are a food that appeared in "Brain and the Time Capsule." Buster put one in Brain's time capsule. Buster claims that they have a shelf life of 322 years. At the end of the episode, one hundred years later, a descendant of Buster eats the cake, commenting "Delicious!" Winkies are similar to Frosted Cakey Cakes. They are a clear parody of Twinkie cakes, due to Noun (plural). It means the sort of assholes who try to get their advert accepted as an Urban Dictionary definition. The sort of people who try to get a flattering definition accepted, of themselves if they haven't got any friends, or of some female if they think it will help them get into her knickers.
Il componimento, scritto da William Miller e intitolato Willie Winkie, fu pubblicato per la prima volta in Whistle-binkie: Stories for the Fireside, nel 1841. Esso ha, nel Roud Folk Song Index, il numero 13711.