Now, blog posts can be substantive, and I think I've written plenty of wonky blog posts about tax policy in particular.
I thought he was explaining a wonky nuclear non-proliferation issue with an over-simplified chart.
There are basically two groups—the deniers on the one side or the wonky science experts on the other side.
I think I'm going to start labeling certain posts WBI, for wonky But Important.
First we had Paul Potts, the chubby opera singer with the wonky teeth, dodgy suit, and voice like Pavarotti.
The Cascadia Subduction Zone is the wonky name for the place where all this mayhem will begin.
Justin Bieber This wonky first pitch offers further proof that Justin Bieber struggles with the definition of a straight line.
It was a wonky foreign-policy debate overall, but Romney and Gingrich managed to beat the Blitz.
Behind the scenes this week, the euro zone nearly imploded—and it took a wonky policy move by six central banks to avert it.
He straightened his back more, making it pop and gave her his devilish grin, the one where his wonky eyebrow went up and down.
"shaky, groggy, unstable," 1919, of unknown origin. Cf. German prefix wankel-, which has a similar sense. Or perhaps from surviving dialectal words based on Old English wancol "shaky, tottering" (see wench).
In a halting and unsteady way: We commended him on his performance and sent him wonkily tottering back onto the floor (1990s+ College students)
Redolent of policy, theory, discussion, etc: Greenberg felt that a wonkish tone had pervaded the transition (1990s+)