DWYLE - What does DWYLE stand for? The Free Dictionary
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Both are in their element for the Norfolk 'sport' of dwyle-flonking, which involves much drinking of beer dregs in between hurling a beer-sodden rag (or dwyle
) at surrounding fellow-flonkers.
The traditional costumed fair at Alnwick, which featured dwyle
flonking and wench ducking, was revamped last year in an effort to give it new life.
"One year we had dwyle
flonking (throwing mops soaked in beer), just for a bit of fun.