5 definitions by Wrench

To comb hair towards the roots, esp. to increase volume and esp. common of a scene kid or person with dreadlocks.
The key to making realistic dreads is backcombing - literally, combing the hair in the opposite direction to which it 'grows' (or would if it was coming off your head).
by Wrench April 22, 2006
At public parties and nightclubs, the guest of a person who is on the guest list, and who normally pays a discounted entry fee. Also, the state of having such a person.
"You are on g list plus one. Do not mention this to anyone."

"You can be my plus one."
by Wrench December 16, 2007
An aerosol spray sold in sex shops that desensitises the penis in order to delay ejaculation.
"The delay spray crap that some sites sell will just numb out your dick (and your lover's pussy or ass), and it won't make you last any longer." (tinynibbles.com, 'I Can't Feel My Ass')
by Wrench January 20, 2006
Informal/abusive term for Popstarz, a "gay alternative" club night running in London since 1995 and which nowadays attracts a varied crowd including indie kids, emo kids and other scene kids as well as older men and women.

It refers to the contingent (hopefully a minority) of slags who attend and the occasional, partial atmosphere of a meat market for college and university kids in which some sink, some swim and others feel as though chucks of flesh are ripped out of them.

Also derivative verb to popslag (see below).
"Are you popslagging tonight?"

"I'm not going to popslags, I can't be arsed with all the emoguys.net gayyage."
by Wrench February 26, 2010
A party held on a train serving the Circle Line on the London Underground. Because Circle Line trains travel in a continuous loop, a party once begun on a train can continue indefinitely until the Underground shuts down for the night. Circle Line parties (or CLPs) are usually scheduled in advance and in recent years have been publicised via the Internet. The first CLP is thought to have been organised by an anarchic group called the Space Hijackers on 10 March 1999.

Permission is not sought from London Underground or the British Transport Police for the parties. Parties have typically included drinking, playing music and pole dancing. Until 2008, none of these activites was banned on the Underground; however police have broken up parties in the past.

The future of Circle Line parties is uncertain as drinking alcohol on the Underground (and other public transport in London) was banned by London mayor Boris Johnson with effect from 1 June 2008. To commemorate the event, a Circle Line party was held on the evening of May 31. The event attracted several thousand partygoers, was overwhelmingly good-natured and only about 17 people were arrested. However, police broke up the parties before the deadline of midnight.
"We are not organising the Circle Line party, you are! You are the entertainment, you are the acts, you are the crowd, you are the life and soul." - From Space Hijackers website, organisers of Circle Line parties
by Wrench June 12, 2008

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