It can mean different things to different people. I have a friend whose last name is Spaid and he got the ace of spades tattooed on his back. People get tattoos for different reasons for different meanings. ** Here's a more specific answer. The Ace of Spades is traditionally symbolic of two things, which themselves are often linked. Those two things are Metamorphosis and Death. To flip over the Ace of Spades in any kind of card reading is to get a warning of impending death - whether it be your own or someone linked to you. However - it doesn't always have to be a literal death - it could be a death of a certain self, or a phase of life, thus opening to path to a new existence or new identity. People who sport the Ace of Spades are, whether they know it or not, announcing that they welcome death as a means to a better existence, or simply, that they are not afraid of death and the changes it will bring. This is why the Ace of Spades is popular with soldiers. **
The ace of spades means that the person with the tattoo(or more commonly patch on their leathers) will fight to the death in defence of their club. A friendly word of warning... Believe it when you see it.
The Ace of Spades is the "Death Card", in the psychic world.
It shows a white woman's preference for black men.
Motorhead plays "Ace of Spades"
The duration of The Ace of Spades is 1.1 hours.
The Ace of Spades was created in 1935-02.
There are three spades on the standard ace of spades. One in each corner and a large one in the middle.
"Ace" is the social term for an asexual (as I am). Being the ace of spades may or may not mean anything other than a preference of suits in the cards. I have an "Ace of Spades" t shirt for representing my asexuality and it doesn't mean I'm superior to other aces, just a phrase
No. The ace of spades is the highest ranked card in Texas hold 'em.
There is no ace of spray. However, there is an ace of spades. Spades is one of the black suits in a deck of playing cards.
Three spades appear on the ace in a standard deck of cards.