1. The blank leaves added at the end of a thin publication so as to form a volume with sufficient thickness to be rounded and backed and/or to be lettered on the spine. Unfortunately, the paper used for this purpose is usually of an inferior quality, and becomes embrittled and transfers its acidity to the leaves of the publication. Also called "filler," or "filling." 2. A method of securing ruled, printed or blank leaves by the application of a padding compound, and sometimes a cloth or other reinforcing liner, to one edge (frequently the top) of the sheets which have been jogged even on the binding edge and placed under pressure. Special padding troughs, clamps and presses are used to facilitate padding large quantities at one time. See also: PAD COUNTER (2) ;PADDING COMPOUND . 3. A method of applying dyestuff to the grain surface of a leather or tawed skin, particularly the latter, in cases where it is not feasible to immerse the skins in the dyestuff liquor because of the increased fullness and decreased stretch which will result from such immersion.
The act of driving around late at night with your friends and sticking menstrual pads onto signs, cars, and mailboxes, usually whilst stoned. There are three people usually: The driver who is in charge of pulling up close to the object and turning off the headlights, the passenger, who gets out and sticks the pad to the object, and the person in the backseat who unwraps the pads.
"We clearly have no life since we just spend 73 dollars on pads at Walmart to go padding.."