Dink has 2 meanings
Double income no kids
Our DINK friends can do whatever they want on the weekends.
Yup, they made good choices.
|DINKWAD||Double income no kids with a dog|
|SINK||Single income, no kids|
|OINK||One income, no kids|
|SINBAD||Single income no boyfriend absolutely desperate|
|PAYE||Pay as you earn|
A dink is an informal term that describes a small dent in a piece of metal. For example, an engineer may notice a dink when constructing a new type of vehicle prototype.
Dinks are typically the result of an accident but may be done on purpose to make someone mad or out of frustration. Both professionals and amateurs may use dink, or "ding," to point out small imperfections in a material.
Typically, people who build things out of metal most often use dink. Some occupations include engineers, mechanics, welders, and contractors.
I'm trying to sell the Chevy today and I hope the buyer doesn't notice the dink in the fender.
|Ding||Small dent or scratch|
|Whoops||Exclamation of a mistake|
|Oops||Exclamation of a mistake|
|My bad||My mistake|
|My b||My mistake|
|JASE||Just another system error|
DINK stands for "double income no kids." You're most likely to encounter this acronym on social media, in forums, and in news articles, describing couples who do not have kids and have kept both members working.
A variety of societal shifts and economic pressures have caused many couples to embrace the DINK lifestyle. (Additionally, some couples just enjoy being DINKs.) Millennial and zoomer couples, especially, are more likely to be DINKs, as affording a new mortgage with even a dual income can be a stretch these days.