(v) Simple past tense and previous participle of tango.
tangoed in Community Dictionary
to possess an orange hue similiar compared to that for the non-alcoholic drink Tango as a result of having applied too much fake tan. by DaneReport definition
to-be possessed by an orange woman or an individual who over uses phony tan, generally cheap artificial tanoften hangs around regarding outskirts of a 'cool team' it is never wanted by themusually an individual who normally a slagmuchly linked to orangutans because of phisical similarity. by Junie GaribayReport definition
Popularised in mid-1990s by tv advertisements for non-alcoholic drink Tango, a British equivilent of Fanta. The initial advertisements showcased an obese guy painted orange who does tap Tango drinkers regarding arms while they sipped the beverage. As they turned around in shock he'd slap all of them into the face at the same time with both-hands after that disappear. The narrator woudl then proclaimed "you understand once you've already been tangoed!". The commercial was such a success that they carried on with a host of various other characters, including a Napoleon-like figure with a wobbly orange hand who does wobble it in individuals faces ahead of the catch phrase. These advertisements aided make Tango Europe's first orange soft drink throughout the 1990s. The word 'tangoed' has become familiar with mean shocked or insulted. by Kelley KikerReport definition