What would you like to do?
What does whack mean?
Paddywhack, not paddy whackedPaddywhacks are muscles in the necks of some livestock that support the weight of the head to ease the strain on the animal. It is also a nineteen…th century term for a brawny Irishman. The song is now sometimes sung - particularly in the US - as "Knick-knack patty-whack" because of the racist overtones.
The nursery rhyme Knick Knack Paddy Whack usually rhymes heaven with seven ie This old man -he played seven He played Knick Knack up in Heaven You must ha…ve a version involving the word Devon, which is a lovely English county next to Cornwall.
it means kill as in take out ALL of someones health in an attack. this is how you get bounties by killing not winning
Clomping heads with a huge giant mallet.
Simple meaning, "to get hit or take a blow". Archaic and even racist term, referring to drunken irish, and the unfortunate practice by police in the past to use force more so …than communication and reasoning to effect arrests
If ur talking about "this old man he played one....." it is about irish men in the 1930/40's that went around rapping and killing english children. (part of the irish mod)
Wack job means a person who is psycho, insane, or just someone who is being crazy. The word wacky means someone who is acting in a foolish, crazy manner. So if you call …someone a wack job then you are telling them they are irregular and are psycho.
That would be a crude way of saying "masturbate"
This is a nonsense phrase used to pad out the nursery rhyme and song 'This Old Man'. Paddywhack (also spelt Paddywack) or Nuchal ligament/Ligamentum nuchae, is a strong elast…ic ligament or tendon in the midline of the neck of sheep or cattle which relieves the animal of the weight of its head. It is pale yellow in colour.
Something 'thrown out of whack' is disrupted, disturbed, or disoriented from it's normal state. It is a phrase, with a negative connotation, often used to describe a system/cy…cle that has been changed temporarily. "My stomach is thrown out of whack from all the junk food I've been eating recently" "My sense of time is thrown out of whack from all the traveling I've just done" "Ever since I banged my watch it's been thrown out of whack" In speech, the phrase is often led by the word "all":
First, catch your weasel, then think about whacking it. Don't get ahead of yourself! Unless this is a euphemism of which I am unaware.
"To whack" is to strike or hit. If something is "out of whack," itis improperly balanced or improperly working. The image is that ithas been hit inorrectly so that it is off-b…alance or not workingproperly.
yes she is crazy
whitney houston famously said "crack is whack" when asked in an interview about her reported drug use.