which is "DINK"??

DINK   Tuesday, March 23, 2004, 01:11 GMT
which is "DINK"??
Harbinger   Tuesday, March 23, 2004, 15:46 GMT
'Dink' is derogatory US army slang for a Vietnamese person.
Chilli   Tuesday, March 23, 2004, 16:41 GMT
We had a cartoon series over here with a Dinosaur on called that, remember? Dink The Last Dinosaur (he's a great friend and a whole lot more...)

Okay. So I visited the student bar today.
Jacob   Tuesday, March 23, 2004, 23:10 GMT
I've seen it recently as an acronym for 'Dual Income - No Kids'. Kind of the current decade's equivalent of 'Yuppie' (which was slang for 'young urban professional).
Alice   Wednesday, March 24, 2004, 00:26 GMT
I've seen it used as a acronym for "Damn, I never knew". The context for this usage would be refering to gay/lesbian/etc. person that one had assumed was heterosexual. But this particular meaning might be a bit esoteric.
paul   Thursday, March 25, 2004, 20:10 GMT
It should be what or who is a Dink.
In Canadian slang.
A Dink can be a euphemism for prick or a penis.
No Homosexual connotation.
A person can be called a Dink, when he is a bit of a jerk.
It means a socially inept and/or inconsiderate person.

As in the sentence, "He was out of sorts, and he acted like a real Dink,"
Rhymes with stinker.

Regards, Paul V.
Paul   Friday, March 26, 2004, 10:54 GMT
Dink has multiple definitions, my dads canadian and dink can meana variety of things.

Dink: You can dink on a bike with someone else (push bike, share it)
DINK: double income, no kids, (This is used alot in australia, and is one of the main myths behind the decrease of birth rate)
Dink: Canadian means something rude, dick like paul said, heh same name.
Paul   Friday, March 26, 2004, 15:46 GMT
the previous message is an example of how a real dink would talk.
Regards, Paul V.