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Wig Split

verb; compounding
To shoot someone in the head, or to split their head open with an axe or similar device. This word is formed by the physical splitting of a wig. If a person’s wig gets split, then they have just been killed by a bullet or other object to the head.
 
I watched Jack Bauer wig split that terrorist last night on TV.
Etymology : [wig split. English, from compounding of “wig” and “split”]
Source : Charles Hampton
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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