a lick and taste are two different actions but are two different ways of causing pain to a acquaintance or friend. it is typically polite to ask before using this action on a friend and the are usually customed to inflicting this violence back to the user. a lick is where you close your fingers and bend them, then with a strong pecking motion you strike them on the center of their chest. a taste is where you roll up money into a sharpe cone shape and shank the victim by surprise anywhere in their neck or face
mans 1: bruh lemme get a lick/taste
mans 2: dude chill if you do it to me i’ll do it so hard your bones will hurt
mans 1: my aiming is very good you are not ready for this lick/taste

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