Is there a past tense of the verb "to wing," meaning to make up on the fly?
Inspired by a blog post of Wil Wheaton, quoted partially below.
"Is it from a recipe, or are you winging it?"
"I've made so many different recipes from so many different places, I just looked through the pantry and refrigerator and wung it."
We looked at each other. "Wung it?" I said. "I think I mean I am winging it. What's the past-tense of winging it? Wang it? Winged it?"
"I don't know, but it's not 'wung it,'" she said. I couldn't argue with her.