Used in a conversation with a friend or foe to settle a dispute by consulting Wikipedia.org.
Me: "I'm telling you it was 2002 when the Angels won the world series."
Them: "No it wasn't."
Me: "Yea it was."
Them: "Wika Wika."
Me: "OK, you'll see!
Por Jordan Prell 30 de octubre de 2007
A phrase that replaces the word "jew" in situations where saying "jew" would constitute punishment from a teacher or adult (mostly if they themselves are jewish or ones who take offence to racism"
Drew is such a wika wika
Por fredricksonn 18 de octubre de 2007
Something science teachers say on the first day of school.
Student: How long have you been teaching,Mr. Ward?
Teacher: Wika-wika
Student:Hey!
Teacher:I'm sorry, I'll never say that again...Wika-wika...sorry.
Por The Umbrella Man 13 de marzo de 2008

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