a term of derision for a certain type of rock guitarist (usually a b-ssist) characterised by their use of a short strap.
they wear their instrument above the waist. you can probably see their belt because they almost certainly have their (black) t-shirt tucked into their (black) jeans.
their favoured sound is crunchy and bright. their playing style is technical, proficient and leaves little room for expression.
they may be playing a b-ss with more than 4 strings, or worse still a chapman stick (see wikipedia).
they may also have a pony tail. in fact, they probably do.
there’s no f-ck-ng way i’m letting that short-strap d-ckh–d in our band
the best esapmle of the sound of a kiss.. besides the ever popular -smooch- awe.. you so sweet-muah-.. i love you
- muiz lie
pr. mo-ez lie this is a lie that is completely outragous and is said out of no were. it is used to impress people and the lier will insist it is true until completely proved wrong. bob : i got the money i ow you sue : gee thanks bob how did you get it? […]
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shortned version of word, “grenade” often used by people who frequently play first-person shooter video games which have grenades. “i had 2 health left and that f-ck-r decided to throw a ‘nade! d-mn it! that lucky sob!” a shorter name for “grenade” usualy used in online multiplayer games take cover! nade incoming! short for “grenade.” […]
- 'nade out
a term used before a teammate deploys a grenade(‘nade’) or frag into an enemy position. it’s used as a warning to prevent one’s team from getting owned by friendly nade fire. can also be used as a question or to signify the enemy has deployed a nade. a good command for the team that uses […]