When your having sex with someone in a doggy style position, and you spit on their back (to make them think you came) so the reciever turns around as the you pull out and cum all over there face.
I am going to give brad a phantom.
by cameron May 08, 2004
When someone is performing oral sex, their partner, the one receiving lets out a silent but deadlyfart as they're about to cum and holds the performing artist's head down, keeping their junk in their mouth forcing their partner to breath through their nose and smell the gaseous apparition, then pulling out and ejaculating in their face to make them a white ghostly Phantom. That is the REAL Phantom... Other 'phantoms' listed on here are The Houdini, which should be finished with a TaDa!
While Jan was going down on Billy, his perfectly timed bodily functions allowed him to give Jan the Phantom.
by paulyg October 07, 2007
A grafiti artist in los Angeles, His work can be seen on the cover of rage against machines The battle for los angeles.
Yo did you see the phantoms throw ups
by G00000000000Gle bob October 29, 2006
Spitting onto your partners back while performing intercourse "doggy style" in such a way that you make them feel as if you've ejaculated onto their back. When they turn around to look at you, blow your load in their face.
Shirley fell victim to the phantom, and found herself having a very salty, unexpected meal.
by JTB October 06, 2003
when your doing a girl in the butt and spit on her back so she turns around, thinking you busted, and you shoot it in her eye
i was doing this girl in the butt and she wouldn't stop squealing so i decided to pull a phantom on her pig ass
by pat May 06, 2004
hockin a loogie on your partners back so they think youve gone and cummed on their back and when they turn around to yell at you for cummin on their back you cum on their face!!! buahaha
ahh you came on my back you fag *turns around and gets load in face*
by assgoblin February 10, 2004
The Phantom is an American adventure comic strip created by Lee Falk, also creator of Mandrake the Magician. A popular feature adapted into many media, including television, film and video games, it stars a costumed crimefighter operating from the fictional African country Bangalla.

The Phantom is the 21st in a line of crimefighters that originated in 1536, when the father of British sailor Christopher Walker was killed during a pirate attack. Swearing an oath on the skull of his father's murderer to fight evil, Christopher started the legacy of the Phantom that would be passed from father to son, leaving people to give the mysterious figure nicknames such as "The Ghost Who Walks", "Guardian of the Eastern Dark" and "The Man Who Cannot Die", believing him to be immortal.

Unlike many fictional costumed heroes, the Phantom does not have any superpowers but relies mainly on his strength, intelligence, and fearsome reputation of being an immortal ghost to defeat his foes. The 21st Phantom is married to Diana Palmer, whom he met while studying in the United States; they have two children, Kit and Heloise. Like all previous Phantoms, he lives in the ancient Skull Cave, and has a trained wolf, Devil, and a horse named Hero.

The series began with a daily newspaper strip on February 17, 1936, followed by a color Sunday strip on May 28, 1939; both are still running as of 2014. At the peak of its popularity, the strip was read by over 100 million people each day.
Lee Falk continued working on The Phantom until his death in 1999. Today, the comic strip is produced by writer Tony DePaul and artists Paul Ryan (Monday-Saturday) and Terry Beatty (Sunday). Previous artists on the newspaper strip include Ray Moore, Wilson McCoy, Bill Lignante, Sy Barry, George Olesen, Keith Williams, Fred Fredericks, Graham Nolan and Eduardo Barreto.

New Phantom stories are published in comic books in different parts of the world, among them by Dynamite Entertainment in the United States, Egmont in Sweden, Norway and Finland (not anymore), and Frew Publications in Australia.

The Phantom was the first fictional hero to wear the skintight costume that has now become a hallmark of comic book superheroes and was also the first shown wearing a mask with no visible pupils, another superhero standard.
by The Centurion December 20, 2014

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