Quick WCE Definition
WCE means Woman Crush Everyday.
What Does WCE Mean? – The Full Answer
WCE is a slang abbreviation that stands for Woman Crush Everyday.
#WCE is used on social media when users share pictures of women they find attractive. Unlike WCW, WCE is not limited to a specific day of the week.
You can use wce to share a picture of an attractive woman you know personally, a celebrity or a woman whose picture you have seen online.
You can also use the term wce more generally to refer to a woman you find attractive.
Where Would You See WCE?
In texting and on social media, such as Instagram and Facebook and messaging apps, such as Snapchat.
Still can’t believe I call her ‘MY’ girlfriend…. 🙆 #WCE.
Why is my wce so hostile to me rn?
Your wce will party through the night with you and your friends… it’s me… I’m your wce!
I’m nobody’s girlfriend, Wce, Wife I’m just out here sad asf. 😩
I’m not gonna lie I’ve had a crush on Supergirl for a while. It’s maybe because she has the S on her chest and she’s so adorable in every single way. I love to see Supergirl kicking ass and saving the day ❤️ she’s my WCE.
Random WCE Stuff
WCE started to appear on social media in 2013, but was popularized by Drake in 2016. At an NBA match between Toronto Raptors and Golden State Warriors, Drake wore a top with a picture of sideline reporter Doris Burke on it, along with the words Woman Crush Everyday.
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Last Updated: May 27, 2018