Carbonated sugar-water. Enough said.
It's not a real soda man...
Sprite might be one of the best sodas around. Sprite was introduced in 1961 from Coca-Cola after the public wanted something new. Ever since then, Sprite has been showing up in fancy dinning rooms and gethos alike. Sprite is the one and only thing that black and white people can share and talk about.
Black Person: Yo, This B Good Shiznet
White Person: Indeed
A small bitmap image, as used in portable videogames. Some people entertain themselves by editing or creating their own Sprites.
I just made a new custom sprite today.
a rather refreshing drink
an unusual gremlin-like creature that has no known use
E:can you get me a sprite?
P:ok, what type?
1. A broad term that refers to any supernatural/mythical being, the most common depiction of sprites being of elves, faerie
s, dwarves, nymph
s, and mermaid
s, although it is used mainly for European mythical beings, rarely used for non-European ones, and rarely used to refer to spirits ("sprite" being derived from Latin
"spiritus", obviously meaning "spirit").
2. A soft drink with a lemon-lime flavor.
I open a can of Sprite and, just as I tip it to my lips, a sprite darts out, swears at me, and flies off in a flurry of magic dust.
1.an elusive supernatural being often associated with fairy
2. also means spirit
you commonly find sprites hidden in trees
1) A delectable lemon-lime beverage best served cold and fizzy, and possibly with lemonade or alcohol, or both. It has possibly the shortest half-life of any soda, as it goes flat within minutes.
2) The name of a song produced by the techno band freezepop.
3) A nigh-archaic medium of digital imagery composed of pixels, with a notable feature of pixels visible to the naked human eye, now only used in games on the Game Boy Advance. A very popular medium for webcomic authors not confident in their ability to draw. Two highly popular examples are Bob and George and 8-Bit Theatre (bobandgeorge.com and nuklearpower.com, respectively). Used in context as a verb, it is used to mean both customizing/altering an existing sprite to meet story needs in a webcomic and creating a new sprite image.
4) A small faerie that glows brightly. Usually female with 6 transparent wings. Should have no special powers.
1) Yesterday I had some Sprite mixed into an Arnold Palmer. Damn, that was surprisingly good.
2) "What makes the melonball bounce?" "So you've heard 'Sprite' too, eh?"
3) David Anez is a popular sprite comic author. His spriting ability is not the greatest, but he was the first out there.
4) Faeries can be ethereal, much like the Night Elf Wisps of Warcraft 3, or corporeal, much like the sprites in the animated movie Fern Gully.
Good fucking drink. Much better than 7-up.
Spite + Doritos = Mans best friends.