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4 definitions by StabbyJoe89

 
1.
a combination of various forms of martial arts and gymnastics to perform visually appealing tricks/moves
Hey I'm new to tricking, I hear it's a good idea to start with the handsprings, backflip, frontflip, and aerial.
by StabbyJoe89 March 20, 2006
 
2.
The "Bulgarian Bullet" is a term for a very specific style of beer pong shot. The Bulgarian Bullet is a shot so straight that it often causes cups to tips over due to its force. Not to be confused with the "Fastball" shot, the Bulgarian Bullet is both a lot straighter and faster. Depending on the length of the table and the skill of the user the Bulgarian Bullet can be a fatal flaw or an unrelenting adversary. The term was first used by one Jake Midden (aka Jake the Snake) to describe the shooting style of his Bulgarian friend and beer pong partner Plamen Chakov.
Oh shit man! Did you see Plamen knock over the last cup with that Bulgarian Bullet?
by StabbyJoe89 February 21, 2008
 
3.
The "Bulgarian Bullet" is a term for a very specific style of beer pong shot. The Bulgarian Bullet is a shot so straight that it often causes cups to tips over due to its force. Not to be confused with the "Fastball" shot, the Bulgarian Bullet is both a lot straighter and faster. Depending on the length of the table and the skill of the user the Bulgarian Bullet can be a fatal flaw or an unrelenting adversary. The term was first used by one Jake (aka Jake the Snake) to describe the shooting style of his Bulgarian friend and beer pong partner Plamen.
Oh shit man! Did you see Plamen knock over the last cup with that Bulgarian Bullet?
by StabbyJoe89 February 22, 2008
 
4.
The "Bulgarian Bullet" is a term for a very specific style of beer pong shot. The Bulgarian Bullet is a shot so straight that it often causes cups to tips over due to its force. Not to be confused with the "Fastball" shot, the Bulgarian Bullet is both a lot straighter and faster. Depending on the length of the table and the skill of the user the Bulgarian Bullet can be a fatal flaw or an unrelenting adversary. The term was first used by one Jake Midden (aka Jake the Snake) to describe the shooting style of his Bulgarian friend and beer pong partner Plamen Chakov.
Oh shit man! Did you see Plamen knock over the last cup with that Bulgarian Bullet?
by StabbyJoe89 February 21, 2008