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The most common way "Tap It" is used is as a greeting. If someone says, "Tap It," they are just saying hello. Do not punch them in the face, they are not coming on to you. As a greeting, "Tap It" must be accompanied with a hand gesture similar to those used by girls to get truckers to blow their horns. Simply make a fist with palm towards you, raise it above your head, and slowly bring it down. This gesture is to clarify that the "Tap" is just a "Hey, what's up."


the way to make a tap gesture varies from user to user, however, to authentically "TAP IT", one must point with their index finger (the nose pickin one), on their right hand, fully extend in the up direction, which is then followed by making a fist at the peak of height of the hand, and bringing the fist down. it is quite intruiging and has been known to become very popular at drunken happenings


The most common way "Tap It" is used is as a greeting. If someone says, "Tap It," they are just saying hello. Do not punch them in the face, they are not coming on to you. As a greeting, "Tap It" must be accompanied with a hand gesture similar to those used by girls to get truckers to blow their horns. Simply make a fist with palm towards you, raise it above your head, and slowly bring it down. This gesture is to clarify that the "Tap" is just a "Hey, what's up."

****the way to make a tap gesture varies from user to user, however, to authentically "TAP IT", one must point with their index finger (the nose pickin one), on their right hand, fully extend in the up direction, which is then followed by making a fist at the peak of height of the hand, and bringing the fist down. it is quite intruiging and has been known to become very popular at drunken happenings****

If "Tap It" is used without the tapping gesture, it is a way of saying, "Hell yeah dude, that's fucking awesome." For instance, if you tell someone that you just got a new car, the proper response would be, "Tap It." Or if you ask someone if they like your new haircut, they would reply with, "Tap It." (Note- if someone refers to your new haircut as "Travis," go kill yourself because you look emo.)

Using the word "Tap" by itself refers to when two objects come in contact with one another. For example, if you hear, "Kristina got tapped in the face," it means that some bitch hit her. If you hear, "Travis tapped her car," it means that his rape van plowed into an innocent driver. If you hear, "Yeah, he tapped it," it means your friend just got some ass. This form of "Tap" can be used at your own discretion.

By saying, "Oooh, Tap!," you are expressing surprise, excitement and awe. Like if someone gives you really good head, you would say, "Oooh, Tap!" When you hear a song you haven't heard in a long time or you hear from an old friend, you would also say, "Oooh, Tap!"

The phrase, "It tapped" expresses mild satisfaction and/or content. When asked how your appointment with your lawyer went, you would say, "It tapped." This can also be used to cover up harmful emotional things that you don't want to talk about. For instance, if someone asks how your STD exam went, you would say, "Well, ya know, it tapped." No one needs to know about the cotton swab or that you are going to be having nightmares for the next month. A simple, "It tapped" will suffice.


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by sand1223 January 28, 2009
 
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To proclaim that you would get with someone
*girl walks past* *guy says to friends* "Yeah man I'd Tap it"
by Ben Parnham September 01, 2006