1. A person, usually a man, who takes pleasure in exhibiting his private parts to random people in public. A cliché flasher wears a dust-coat, flabs of which he spreads in front of his victim(s).
2. A person who interupts tennis/soccer or any other kind of match by running onto it naked. Flashers do it usually without a particular reason, for the sake of doing this.
Ad.1 While I was going to meet you I came across a flasher, lurking in shrubs. He had nothing to be proud of!
Ad.2 Kournikova was to serve when a flasher burst in and ran with his fingers V-shaped.
1.A card which, as the legend has it, was being left by the American troops during the Vietnam war on dead bodies of those whom they had killed. They were also used to scare away Viet Congs soldiers without firefight since the latter believed a spade, according to the Vietnamese tradition, to be a herald of death and ill-fortune. In Coppola's 'Apocalypse Now' one of the American soldiers (presumably played by Robert Duvall) throws such a card onto the lifeless body of some Vietnamese.
2. A great song by Mr. Lemmy Kilmister and co. Often a background song for Tony Hawk's stunts.
3. The highest card in the deck as it is commonly believed.
Ad.1. As the lieutanant produced a deck of cards consisting of ace of spades solely, Viet Cong soldiers dropped their guns and started retreating in a frantic manner.
Ad.2. Whenever I'm huffy I play 'Ace of Spades' by Motörhead.
Ad.3 She was sure to win, having ace of spades.
A borrowing from Chinese used in English as an adjective meaning 'enthusiastic'.
She was absolutely gung-ho when she got to know that Tool have just dropped a new album.
Used in reference to Europe, Old Country.
He flew across the pond to find out whether chicks there are really so hot. And yep, they were.
A must hear :> yessssssss!
Pig Destroyer will bring you to your knees, DJ-punk!
Deliberately deformed sound of the electric guitar that is produced with the help of a pedal, fuzztone
Tom Morello overuses fuzzes in every RATM'S song!
From Greek, denoting The City of the Dead, nowadays a churchyard, a graveyard. Also necropola. Underground necropolis is called catacombs.
Graveyard School of Poetry poets often broded over life and death surrounded by the gloomy miasma and rotting putrefactions of so rueful a place as a necropolis.