Dollar bills of indeterminate denomination, though typically, a one ($1).
The term derives from the term "Scooby Snack"; from the children's television show "Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!" (1969 -present).
An underpinning of the show's storyline, the main character was often coerced into doing thing he was otherwise reticent to do with the offer of a food identified only as a "Scooby Snack"; if still reluctant, the character was offered more.
The term's implicit secondary association is stripper-to-dog; vulgar.
(Holding a dollar bill aloft and yelling) "Daddy needs a new lap-dance! Who needs a Stripper Snack?"
A musical sub-genre using the classical blues/rock construct and instrumentation with an emphasis on the themes and deliveries of the "torch" singers. Term stems from the saying, "to carry a torch for someone".
Practictioners include Billie Holliday, Serge Gainsbourg, Pollux, Jimmy Scott and Nina Simone.
"It's a third date; I'm bringing candles, some torch rock and massage oil."
Akin to the "Rick Roll"; the practice of surreptitiously sending a video link to Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up" under the guise of something more important, conversationally relevant or tasteful.
The Butt Roll instead sends a link to Samwell's "What What (In the Butt)"
" Last day on my job, I'm going to Butt Roll the whole office with a "work related message from the CEO"!"