Common name for a club or bar that cannot sell alcohol, due to local law or zoning regulations. Thus they sell juices, non-alcoholic sodas, and various concoctions.
Often applied to strip clubs. In many American locations, a strip club can either can sell alcohol AND offer dancers covered in bikini-type outfits OR allow more risque attire, even naked, but with no alcohol.
California strip clubs are either full nude or full bar. Since the owner makes more money from selling alcohol, the state is filled with juice bars with hot but clothed women.
To be incredibly enthusiastic about something, almost to the point of sexual arousal. Used if an aquaintance constantly bleats on about a particular person, place or thing. Normally accompanied by the lifting of the arm gesture whilst slightly bent at the elbow
Golly, Tarquin has an absolute full-bar for playing polo on a Sunday
I have a full-bar for a sweet sherry today
pee bar (n.)
A magic bar that appears when your bladder is full. It is often in reference to video game fanatics. As your bladder empties, the pee bar animated, slowly retreats back to nothing.
Video game nerd (1): My pee bar is full.
Video game nerd (2): Better go empty it before it explodes.
Both snort and giggle.
|4.||excuse me bro|
what you say at a club or bar to a puffed out chested guy when you need to get through to get to the bar, which is why you are REALLY at the bar cuz you go to the bar to get DRUNK not to pick up gold diggers. ANYWAY- when you need to convey to a potentially trouble causing trendy striped shirt guy that you want to get through in a very non confrentational "im being polite to you so you cant get mad at me" way.. you say "excuse me bro" and they let you through and they have no option but to be polite back. its bar/club ediqette. everyone knows that and if you dont. learn it.
*walking through the bar* 'excuse me bro'- no prob man go ahead. thanks bro.
Nutter (and only Nutter!)
The origin of this slang word is the TV Ad for Dime Bars (now Daim, made by Kraft Foods), a chocolate covered crunchy caramel candy bar, which aired back in 1995.
The Ad featured the British comedian Harry Enfield playing a slobbering retard in a supermarket, filling a shopping trolley FULL of dime bars... he's approached by a well spoken interviewer (Also Harry Enfield), who asks him 'Do you remember your first Dime?'... anyway, the ad finished with the retard exclaiming to his wife:
"That bloke's a nutter... OI, NUTTER!"
Google the phrase 'dime - that blokes a nutter' and you'll be sure to find many videos of this wonderful ad
Many of us will also remember the Armadillos from the second ad they did!
He's a bit of a dime bar...
Oi, Dime Bar!
Lookout! Dime Bar alert! (nutter approaching)
FULL TANK is what you get when you want to up size your juice from TANK JUICE BAR.
CRAN: ehyo crosh you gonna get yours FULL TANK?
CROSH: chyea, you gotta get da FULL TANK mayn.
ASTRO: Crosh you must be ballin, you acually have $6.50?
CROSH: no... but actually i do.
CRAN: OMG HAhaHhaahHAH!
The "whammy bar" goes by many other names as well: wham bar, wang bar, vibrato tailpiece, tremolo arm, Floyd, etc. (Although "Floyd" properly refers only to the "Locking Tremolo System" designed by Floyd Rose). The names come from manufacturers or from users.more...
Although some refer to this device as a "tremolo bar" or a "tremolo arm", the use of the word "tremolo" is misplaced. Tremolo refers to volume modulation. The term was originally used for instruments of the violin family. If a violinist's (or violist's or cellist's or bassist's) score is marked "tremolo", it means the player will rapidly move the bow back and forth across the string, resulting in a "trembling" sound.
"Vibrato", by contrast, is pitch modulation. Returning to the violin family: watch a violinist's left hand wiggle quickly while holding down a string. By moving her hand this way, the violinist is constantly and subtlely changing the pitch of the string. This makes the sound of the string very "wide" and "alive" -- more "vibrant."
The wham bar on the guitar changes the pitch of the gutar's strings. Therefore, it's properly referred to as a "vibrato" device, not a "tremolo" device.