v. To be punched by a tropical person (Namely a Pacific Islander) - Common occurance in lower socio-economic metropolitan areas of New Zealand during the evening hours on either a Wednesday, Friday or Saturday when excessive amounts of alcohol are consumed by the populus. More often than not a tropical punch is completely unexpected and unprovoked.
"I was wandering through the square in Palmerston North the other night and out of no where I received a tropical punch."
Gerald: "Why do you have a shiner?"
Eustace: "I was given a tropical punch outside the T.A.B in Newtown last night."
A term used in relevance to the notorious "Donkey Punch". A similar action to the aforementioned, but involving a variety of exotic fruits.
"Man, I visited Tahiti, and I gave this girl a tropical punch!!"
The phrase 'tropical punch' can be said when something, or someone, is of annoyance. It has its meanings in the depths of a fruity substance, and a physical action. The use of this phrase is the same as saying 'punch' or 'I have the intent to puch you because you're a fuck.'
Can also be said as 'punch - tropical style'
see also: punch, tropical, judy (and punch), and bowl-reserve.
Bob: Hey GB
Bob: ur a gaylord
GB: tropical punch. *walks off*
GRELF: We're cool
GB: tropical. *rolls eyes*
GRELF: HAHA TROPICAL!!...i dont get it.
GB: ur not meant to.