A term used to express approval, especially to the point of expressing a person's sex appeal; often used sarcastically
Person 1: Did you see that chick?
Person 2: I'd tap that!
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Expression used to show interest or appeal in ones sexual appearance.
John: Hey Mike, check out this hot new pic of Katie off of Facebook!

Mike: I'd tap that!
by leesoer May 21, 2009
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A phrase used in a sexual appeal to someone/something.

It's origin comes from back in the old days when a farmer would shove a tap in a tree to get syrup. people today use the "tap" to name their penis.
"Woh, see that chick's ass man?"
"Yeah dude, I'd tap that!"
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“I’d tap that”

This phrase is a condensation of the colloquial expression:

“If only I could tap and sell that.” -or-

“You could tap and sell that.”

The expression is derived from the practice of tapping a keg of beer, or cask of wine; –whereby a spigot valve is inserted into the side of the keg, in order to tap the beer.

The expression figuratively means: “To access something of value”

In the last decade, the expression has been further condensed to simply:

“You can tap that” -or- “I’d tap that”

It is often used in conjunction with a sexual connotation.
In observation of an attractive female:

"I'd tap that"
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When someone sees a nice refreshing river, they say "I'd tap that", meaning, they'd like to put a plumbing system in and "tap" the water supply.
Frank: Wow, look at that lovely river.
Anne: I'd tap that!
by dannybolabo February 26, 2008
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