The common phrase "tap that" comes from the definition of a tap. A tap is an object that you switch, or turn on to make liquid come out. This meaning can be applied to women and/or homosexuals. So if someone points to a girl and asks you if you want to "tap that", he/she is really asking you if you want to turn the girl on, or make her horny, and then make her "liquid" come out, or in other words, make her orgasm her juices out. Another option from there is to drink what comes out of the "tap", but this usually depends on the quality of the brew; it might just be fun to let the tap run...
The emo kid could not "tap that" because no one could stand his apathetic mood, but more than that, no one wanted to touch the dried blood from the cuts on random places of his body.
Referring to having sex with a female.
Comes from the party term, 'to tap a keg'.. where one inserts a tap into a keg and drinks what comes out. But the user is instead tapping an ass.
"Shitttt, I'd tap that ass any day of the week."
1. to tap something
2. to have sexual intercourse with a girl.
1. I would tap that, but it has a do not tap sign.
2. Damn look at all these fine young ladies, i would tap anyone of them in a heartbeat
refering to a guy getting it on with a girl.
i wanna tap that ass.
When a guy sees someone attractive and wants to have sex with her!
Dang, I wanna tap that shit so bad man!
this is what a guy might say to a girl if he likes her ass
, or if he is turned on by her, likes her body etc.
guy - your HOT. i'd tap that ANYDAY of the week.
girl - tuesday? hehe :P
to "tap that" is when you see a hot guy/girl and you just want to go up to them and start making out or have sex with them
also can be used as tapable (tap-able)
1. did you see that boy go past? man i would so tap that n e day of the week
2.ok fix the hair and lose the shirt an he'd be so tabable
3. boy 1:what about her (point at girl)
boy 2: i'd tap that
= Have sex with him/her/it.
An expression used to declare one's desire to have coitus with someone, coming from the verb 'Tap', which, in this context, is similar and related to screw
, i.e. to put a thread on a piece of metal, or to insert said screw into a receptive orifice.
'That' replaces 'him' or 'her', suggesting the receiver of the screwing is just an object, to be sexually used and then cast aside.
"I'd SO tap that!" - By golly, I would very much like to slip my man-servant inside that fine filly!
"Tap thaaaat!" - Holy smokes that person needs a jolly good smashing.
"Would you tap that shit?"