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Definition funny of Whee:
An expression of glee when there is silence or nothing better to do.
"WHEEEEEEEEEE!" Jane yelled loudly in the middle of the study hall.
1. n. A high pitched sound that can make almost anyones day.
Hey You, Guess what? What? WHEE!!! You made my day.
Whee is a term used when going down a slide; The CORRECT version of 'wee' or 'weee!'
*goes down a slide* WHEE! Well that was fun.
A mock exclamation of excitment used in chatrooms or IRC channels in situations of extended silence or a prevailing atmosphere of boredom.
Songs about Whee:
Whee Ha Swing by Hui Aloha from the Album Hui Aloha
Whee Ha Swing by Ledward Kaapana from the Album Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Masters, Vol. 1
How Do You Do? [feat. Whee Sung] by G.NA from the Album Black&White
One, Two, Three Whee! (big band swing) by Eric Litwin from the Album Smile at Your Neighbor
One Two Three Whee! (Big Band) (feat. Eric Litwin & Michael Levine) by Mr. Eric & Mr. Michael from the Album Groovy Green from The Learning Groove
Ooh-Whee (The Carnival) by Patti Austin from the Album Love Is Gonna Getcha
Whee Baby by June Christy from the Album The Very Best Of
Books about Whee:
Whee!: PuzzleBuzz Sports by Highlights for Children (May 28, 2013)
Ice Is Whee (Rookie Readers) by Carol Greene and Paul Sharp (Sep 1983)
Whee! We, Wee All the Way Home: A Guide to Sensual Prophetic Spirituality (Meditation) by Matthew Fox (Jun 1, 1980)
The Whee Factor: The Rush You Get When You Experience God in Everyday Life by Edy Sutherland (May 2, 2011)
Whee! We, wee, all the way home: A guide to the new sensual spirituality by Matthew Fox (1976)
Whee for Wholistic Healing Whole Health Easily Effectively AKA Wholistic Hybrid Derived EMDR EFT by daniel j benor (2006)
SINtendo Whee Yoo by Kris P. Kreme (Jan 23, 2013)
Wiki information Whee:
A wheel is a circular component that is intended to rotate on an axial bearing. The wheel is one of the main components of the wheel and axle which is one of the six simple machines. Wheels, in conjunction with axles, allow heavy objects to be moved...
A wheelchair is a chair with wheels, invented in the early 5th century. The device comes in variations where it is propelled by motors or by the seated occupant turning the rear wheels by hand. Often there are handles behind the seat for someone else...