An exclamation of satisfaction with one's self for having caught something just dropped.
Though ninjas obviously never drop anything, this is how they would drop things (and what they would proclaim) if they were capable of doing so.
The feelings of alertness and dexterity associated with the drop/catch action preceding the "Ninja Drop!" stand
in stark contrast to the inattention and clumsiness that led to the exclamation in the first place.
Jib: (verb) the act of 1) failing to attempt a catch; 2) attempting but not reaching the catch; 3) dropping a catch
to jib, jibbed, jibber
Pete Chester jibs a catch that Dougie Chadwick would not have jibbed. However, Mike Potter signed the "Jib" banner at the end of the match, on the orders of "Chief Jibber" Richard Palmer.
The type of boy/girl who has all the wrong qualities of a signficant other; the opposite of a catch
Girl 1: He's a pot head, short, ugly, has a baby and a girlfriend and keeps trying to hit on me.
Girl 2: omg, he's such a drop!
The act of dropping a quarter so that it bounces back to you.
Instructions: Use your right hand and face the head of the quarter towards your face. Next, hold the coin with your thumb on the neck of George Washington and middle finger on the head of the eagle. After that, put your index finger on the top ridge of the coin. When you are done with that, extend your arm so the coin is perpendicular to the ground. Flick your wrist up and down two times then release the coin to the ground as hard as you can. Catch it.
Kevin owed Brandon a quarter so Kevin commenced a coin drop and a coin bounced into Brandon's hand. Everyone went whoowowowow.
A Fictional animal created by the country of Australia to scare tourists, this national joke has extended to the point of folklore amongst aussies and is similar to the Left Handed Spanner to mechanics/tradies.
According to the story: The drop bear is similar in appearance to the Koala however it is extremely fast (much unlike the Koala) and mysterious, razor sharp claws and the unusual tendancy to drop from high trees to attack people walking under the tree. The bear then goes about decapitating/maiming the victem then disappears into the night.
This story has been used many a time to convince neive tourists, who are already convinced everything in australia wants to kill them that even the crowded city isn't safe because every tree may potentially harbor a bear.
2. The only animal Steve Irwin could not catch on request.
Aussie: "I wouldn't camp there if i were you mate - drop bears you see."
Tourist: "Oh no, what are they??"
Aussie: "Nasty things drop bears, worse than the snakes, spiders, sharks and sea-life put together..."
Tourist: "I don't believe you"
Aussie: "You see this scar *points at nasty scar* - that was a drop bear"
Tourist is terrified - Aussie is laughing on the inside
A person who fails to catch an object thrown too them. Particularly if the object was not difficult to catch.
Someone who does not attempt to catch an object thrown to them is still a catch wang, unless they did not see the object being thrown.
Note: someone who catches an object but then drops it is not a catch wang.
If my friend Chris failed to catch a beer I threw to him I would say:
"Argh Chris! You're such a catch wang!"
to drop something, especially when someone throws you that item
*you toss your friend the keys and they fail to catch them* "Dude, dont doyle like that"