Or just known as tapping, is a guitar technique popularized, but not invented, by Eddie Van Halen and is usually used in Hard Rock and Heavy Metal. This technique easy to some extent and beginners often use it to impress other people since it is so easy yet so hard-looking. This technique is essentially hammering-on and pulling-off through use of both hands, tapping can range from 2 fingers (Surfing With The Alien) all the way to 10 fingers (Buckethead live). The first song to use tapping that I know of is Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap by AC/DC in 1976, even though Angus Young doesn't tap it live, he originally tapped the solo in the studio to make it a lot easier to play correctly without a lot of extra string noise, but over the years he definitely mastered it with just hammer-ons and pull-offs. Others have claimed that 50's blues and jazz musicians have used tapping as well.
Holy shit! Look at Joe! He's tapping so fast you can't even see his fingers! Finger tapping looks so cool!
When a full bodied gal gives me a BJ and kisses me my load where I proceed to give her an oral vaginal injection with my straw curled tongue shooter.
That lady in the 4 inch stilettos really needs a snowball sandwich.
Legendary Classic Rock band, a major staple of Hard Rock, with a small touch of Heavy Metal (you seriously expect me to believe "Thunderstruck" isn't Metal?). Lead by the powerful guitar work of Angus Young with the raw, powerful vocals of Brian Johnson (Bon Scott was the leader of the band until his death in 1980 from alcohol poisoning (or something like it)). Notable songs include "Dirty Deeds done dirt cheap", "Highway to Hell", "Back in Black", "Hells Bells", "Thunderstruck", and most recently "Rock N Roll Train".
Long live AC/DC!!! \m/
A legendary method of executing a mob-hit wherein the assassin slits the throat of his victim and then reaches up inside the mouth and pulls the tongue back out the slit and lets it hang there like a cravat--to the horror of the unfortunate soul who discovers the recently-deceased. Alternatively, "necktie" may refer to a hangman's noose.
Most-famously referenced in AC/DC's "Dirty Deeds":
Done dirt cheap
Done dirt cheap!"