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Bi Winning

adjective; blending and clipping Blends the words bi-polar and winning while clipping the polar off of bi-polar.
Describes someone who wins at everything; someone who can’t lose.
 
This term came about after an interview with actor Charlie Sheen and his ex-wife Denise Richards. She asked him if he was bi-polar and he responded that he was bi winning. The term immediately gained popularity and despite being extremely new is often heard in a certain conversations as a interesting, powerful expression and a fun way to poke fun of the stupidity of Sheen’s answer.
Etymology : This word is a blending and clipping of the words bi-polar and winning. Bi-polar is a personality disorder characterized by mood swings classified in 1875. The second half of the blending, the word winning comes from the root word win which is a fusion of the Old English word “winnan” which means “struggle form work at, fight,” and “gewinnan” which means “to gain or receive by struggle, to win”.
Source : "People say that you are bi-polar? Is that true?" “I am not bi-polar I am "Bi Winning."’ Charlie Sheen 2/28/2011
Last modified: 5 December 2011


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