An increasing sign of insanity, it's often said aloud multiple times by those slowly losing their minds. Often accompanied with a blank stare.
Joe: You alright man?
An extremely questionable weekend destination in Canton, N.Y. where college students go. One "dances" in the Tick-Tock, and is tipically inebreated at this location. One also tends to go with the intent of getting laid.
"Wow, the Tick-Tock was a waste of five dollars."
"Dude, I know, we just gave away our money to the Fat Man."
"I was so drunk at the Tick-Tock, I don't remember making out with him at all!"
describes the rhythm of buttocks in motion, esp. desirable ones.
"tock" is short for BUTT-tocks.
"tick-tock" is also onomatapoeic, describing the sound made by shoes or high heels.
here's how it might be used in conversation:
George W. Bush: "tick-tock, twelve-o-clock." (the girl walking right in front of us has a fantastic ass i can't stop looking at. are you looking at it too?)
Dick Cheney: "tick TOCK." (yes, i see. it is quite remarkable)
George W. Bush: "tick-tock you don't stop" (i could look at that ass forever)
Dick Cheney: "you know what time it is." (i agree wholeheartedly)
George W. Bush: "tick...tock...tick...tock"
Dick Cheney: "hmmmm... tick-tock, three o'clock." (look to your right)
George W. Bush: "tick TOCK."
A warning given when a teacher is nearby and not to swear or do anything retarded.
- So I told him to stop being a dic...
- Tick Tock! Flip flop!
- ..tator and let us be.
Female masturbation. Probably derived from the sound of a finger moving quickly and rhythmically inside a wet taco.
Little McCormick, lay down for her lettuce lick.
While eating young Marsha’s pie
She stuck in her thumb, and tick-tocked Miss Plumb
And said, Ooooohhhhhhhh, spank me hard, you dirty bi*ch, make me squirt, harder, ooooohhh that’s it, don’t stop, AAAAAAARRRGGGHHHHHH.
, seen as stylish
. Usually seen as new, and very accepted, and surprisingly cool!
Those new clothes are so tick-tock!
That's a tick-tock haircut!
Amusing, fun, wild
Awesome, amazing, thrilling!
Usually used when surpised with some good news, and you're thrilled.
A: A new theatre opened nearby.
B: OMG that's so tick-tock!