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1.
protrusions on womens' chests which have the power to attract mens' eyes
other terms for tits
US: hooters, bazookas, gazongas, knockers

UK: fun bags, Bristols, jugs, baps, melons, knockers

FRANCE: Boules

SPAIN: Cocos, domingas, tetangas, papayas

JAPAN: Chi-chis

CZECH REPUBLIC: Mliekarne (refers to a shop that only sells milk)

RUSSIA: Grudis, siskis

ICELAND: Bublur
by Adam August 10, 2004
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2.
This is a store to which people can find t-shirts, sweaters, hats, basically all attire that may have a faviorte band or funny saying. I personally go there, and I do not believe that I am trying to rebel against anything. And if I was trying to, to what would I be, society in itself, you could say the same thing about Pacific sunwear, Ecko, or any clothing store, they could all be considered rebelling against something. But I just want a shirt with my faviorte band's name on it.
Let's go to Hot Topic, and not rebel against anything, but rather buy some clothing articles, like we would in any other clothing store.
by Adam July 03, 2004
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3.
1. A person who tells on someone.
2. A bum of a person.
Check out these snitch-ass muthafuckas right here...
by Adam October 02, 2002
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4.
Referring to having sex with a female.

Comes from the party term, 'to tap a keg'.. where one inserts a tap into a keg and drinks what comes out. But the user is instead tapping an ass.
"Shitttt, I'd tap that ass any day of the week."
by Adam September 22, 2004
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5.
fucking best band of all time. heart cooks brain, bitches.
dan a. is a douchebag for thinking Modest Mouse is a one-hit-wonder. they have 8 cd's, you asshat.
by adam December 05, 2004
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6.
Cool, awesome, radical, new, innovative, different
"Dude, that new band is so nintendo"
by Adam April 16, 2003
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7.
The primitive description; a drum loop played over a bass line (definition cut down to its utter least).A product of England (mainly London and Bristol) D&B is said to be the most technical form of music of today (with the most complicated drum logarithms/sequences/patterns and loops even heard).
It became big in the 90's with the rave culture.
There are many differing styles, some more slower and ambient forms are common place on tv ad's and commercials, and is often heard in the background.
It is now more known to be a more intellectual form of electronic music thats deep and meaningful compared to other forms of (modern dance) music. The faster (140bpm+) style obviously attracted the club culture, but the more diverse sub-genres can include jazz,reggae,latin,hiphop or samba vibes.
More recent chart D&B success includes DJ Marky & XS, Jaimeson, and Puretone.
The 90's saw the Prodigy with "charly" become a supreme example of DnB.
This genre is still relativley underground, which is probably the best place for it. It can be a rather explicit form of music, that suits the youth of today and their life style.
Famous artists include Roni Size, LTJ Bukem, Goldie, Photek, Fabio & Grooverider.
by Adam April 07, 2004
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