The earlier version of or prelude to TND.
TAD allows you to get really pissed if you do TND as well or mediocre drunk if you go home on time.
If you find yourself in a pub before 5pm with a pint in your hand on a Tuesday, you are doing TAD.
If you find yourself doing TAD every week, you're doing it too often.
Also be careful combining TAD with too many other AD's during the same week.
Although TAD is better than MAD, WAD, ThAD and FAD are better still.
B: Yeah, time flies.
A: We need to pack up and go.
B: What for?
A: For TAD of course!
A mental disorder where one lives in perpetual fear of a terrorist attack regardless of location, as if a terrorist will make a bold new statement by attacking a midwestern suburban middle-class house. A person affected with this disorder will commonly hoard massive amounts of bottled water and non-perishable food in their basement in the event of such an attack. These are people who live in continual fear of attacks and still refuse to fly in a plane (thus allowing the terrorists achieve their goal - fear), but can often be found following anyone with a middle-eastern appearance around the grocery store to make sure they are not up to no good.
This is the love of my life, Tad
Person 2: I really can't disagree. Tad is fucking awesome.
Person 1: Yeah, too bad they never got the recognition they deserved,
Usually a persistent syndrome when a man grabs, caresses, pats, or otherwise makes uncomfortably gentle contact with another man, usually while engaged in conversation. While TADS may be socially unacceptable (acceptable man-to-man contact includes various forms of handshakes, punches, slaps on the back, etc.), it is also inappropriate to alert someone with TADS about their condition. Because of this, a man with TADS must unknowingly suffer with the disorder for his entire life.
TADS can only be avoided by distancing oneself from the carrier. TADS is not contagious. No medications are currently available to lessen the symptoms of TADS, but alcohol is known to worsen them.
"It's not his fault, man. He has TADS."