Twink

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Twink may refer to:

People[edit]

  • Twink (musician) (born 1944), John Charles Alder, a British singer and drummer
  • Adele King (born 1951), Irish entertainer whose professional name is "Twink"
  • Twink Storey, former radio station programme director and presenter for 2HD
  • Twink Caplan (born 1947), American actress, comedian and producer
  • Twink Twining (1894–1973), pitcher who played in Major League Baseball

Sports[edit]

  • Minnesota Twins, an American major league baseball team, sometimes called the "Twinks" or "Twinkies" by their fans
  • Hollywood Stars, an American minor league baseball team, nicknamed the "Twinks"

Twink may also be:

  • A character from the children's TV show Rainbow Brite
  • A brand of correction fluid and a generic term for correction fluid in New Zealand and Fiji
  • A shoddy or inexperienced player of the multiplayer computer game Netrek (see "twinking" above)

See also[edit]