Skinny Puppy invented the Term "Brap"

BRAP is basically like Jamming but with Synthesizers instead of Guitars, etc.

BRAP is also the name of Skinny Puppy's Back & Forth 3/4.
"We were Brappin' for hours"

"Brap on!" (Skinny Puppy fan's "goodbye")

(More c0re version of the above)

"I went to the CD store and bought BRAP!"
by Ekim May 05, 2004
Used as a term referring to a motorcycle taking off doing a wheelie "BRAAAAAAP"
"BRAAAAAAAAP" "BRAAAAAAP" is used to show the motorcycle changing gears using the "BRAP" word
by July 10, 2008
now used to take the piss out of chav-speak.

or a word seriously used by chavs, at very inappropriate times.
YESS MAYTE, we are likke, WELL repectabled dat under 16s nightclub. BRAP.

P1: what did the doctor say?
P2: he said, i might not live more than a, month. BRAP.
by saltcoats. February 17, 2009
An ottomottopia (a way to describe a sound), used to represent gunfire, usually used by people in high crime, poverty stricken areas, and by rappers and gangstas.
Brap! Brap! Brap! Your Dead!
Brap! Brap! gun shots.
Brap! Brap! Brap!, and he then sped away leaving the man unconscious.
by Kenster1991 October 19, 2010
british racist and proud
gangstas' will say 'brap' to their friends etc. whilst holding up 'gun fingers
by minis August 04, 2010
1. A noise that is made when passing a fine looking lady.
2. A noise that is made when passing a group of people that are not talking with each other.
3. A fine looking lady.
1. -Jeff, "Damn that bitch was fine! BRAP!"
2. -Jay, "Damn those mother fuckers are hella antisocial and shit. Let's brap at them. BRAP!
3. -Luis, "Damn that bitch is a straight up brap right there!"
by Brap Pack October 12, 2008
The word 'brap' originally hails from areas such as council estates and car modifying conventions. It was later taken by middle class Roffians who found that by using the word they could imitate these persons with great 'hilarity'.

To everyone’s dismay to make up of their lack of articulation the word is used increasingly frequently and in an array of different ways e.g. verb, adjective and noun. Thus, they have managed something that only a select few from Roffey can do, and that is to completely bastardise a word as trivial as 'brap'.

As these Roffians have made themselves look (and continue to do so) like class A pillocks, it is now customary to reply 'What a goober, he can't speak proper' to any mention of the word 'brap'.
N00b - "That was very brap!"

Intellectual - "What a goober, he can't speak proper"
by Mr James Hall September 23, 2008
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