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1.
used to claim one's right to return to a seat or spot (one must physically tap the seat twice while saying aloud "tap tap"); equivalent to calling spot backs
if one had a good seat in front of the tv during, let's say the super bowl, and drain the lizard, one would call "tap tap" on the seat and have rights to it when he/she returns

"i gotta take a piss...tap tap"
by yar1didntknowwhatthismeans January 03, 2005
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2.
A subtle way of letting other guys around you that some hot piece of ass is walking by. Useful in a bar where everyone can overhear your conversation.

Also used as a reply to confirm the fuckability of the girl.

Warning: Not to be used when wives, girlfriends and mothers-in-law are within hearing distance.
*Jessica Alba walks into the room*

Guy #1: Tap tap

*Guy #2 immediately turns head to see who walked through the door*

Guy #2: Tap tap
by Mr Meticulous April 13, 2011
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3.
To reserve something for one's self before or as you get to the destination. Particular for youth.
(On the bus) Hey, bro! Tap-tap that seat!!
by Viraj May 22, 2006
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4.
a socialy legal binding phrase that once shouted gives you the right to keep your "spot" after getting up and leaving it unattended for a short period of time, usually excercised at a party,and or get togethere.
After watching Cesar shout Tap-Taps quickly before getting up from the couch for a refill, Izzac lets Junior know that he did so as Junior tried to "jack" the "spot".
by Cesar & Junior September 20, 2007
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5.
what you say when you'd tap someone.
DAMN GIRL YOU FINE! TAP TAP!
by terrifried October 30, 2008
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6.
The gentle Tap Tap you you give a sex partner when you want them to roll over for some doggystyle.
You are great on top but.. <tap tap>...
by Bad Tiger August 19, 2011
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7.
Slang for someone who is 'ghetto' and prefers ebonics to English. Accompanied by the action of tapping the fore arm twice. A discrete way to notify your friends that they should keep their guard up for a possible crime.
"Shit, a tap tap is coming."

"Then, a tap tap jumped out of the bushes and stole my wallet."
by Nicholas Tiger November 09, 2005
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