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Definition funny of Gacha:
A technique used in the arcade game "Wangan Midnight: Maximum Tune" where the player will rapid shift up and down between two gears in order to somehow increase speed, and help improve their Time Attack records. This is most commonly done very rapidly, almost like how you use an eraser. ...Fortunately for people who don't like playing with a damaged shifter, it would seem that Namco removed this technique in version 2 of Maximum Tune, where two rapid shifts will cause shifter lock, resulting in a loss of speed. ...Ouch.
"Goddamn it! Some kid who thought he could gacha totally fucked up this shifter!"
Songs about Gacha:
The Bottom Line (feat. Singapore Kane, Gab Gacha) [Explicit] by ThoroTracks, Shabaam Sahdeeq, Red Eye The Closers from the Album Bullpen Sessionz [Explicit]
El Muchacho Chicho De La Película Gacha [Explicit] by Van T from the Album Van-TitlÁn [Explicit]
Estas Bien Gacha by Espanto from the Album No Manches
gacha power! feat. Ryuto by Maya from the Album gacha power!
Gacha Que Strano by Lhi Jari from the Album Minorancas
Gonzalo Rodriguez Gacha by Banda Clave Azul from the Album Corridos Y Canciones
Gonzalo Rodriguez Gacha by El Halcon De Durango y Sus Bohemios De Nuevo Leon from the Album Corridos Prohibidos, Vol. 14.1
Books about Gacha:
Gacha Gacha: The Next Revolution, Vol. 7 by Hiroyuki Tamakoshi (Jul 8, 2008)
Gacha Gacha: The Next Revolution, Vol. 10 by Hiroyuki Tamakoshi (Sep 8, 2009)
Gacha Gacha, Vol. 1 by Hiroyuki Tamakoshi (Sep 20, 2005)
Gacha Gacha, Vol. 5 by Hiroyuki Tamakoshi (Aug 29, 2006)
Gacha Gacha: The Next Revolution, Vol. 8 by Hiroyuki Tamakoshi (Sep 30, 2008)
Gacha Gacha: The Next Revolution, Vol. 2 by Hiroyuki Tamakoshi (Mar 27, 2007)
Gacha Gacha: The Next Revolution, Vol. 4 by Hiroyuki Tamakoshi (Sep 25, 2007)
Wiki information Gacha:
Gacha Gacha is a shōnen manga by Hiroyuki Tamakoshi. As of November 2008, the first 13 volumes have been published in North America by Del Rey Manga. However, according to the Anime News Network, the series ended in Japan at volume 11 of the second...
José Gonzalo Rodríguez Gacha, also known by the nickname El Mexicano, was a Colombian drug lord who was one of the leaders of the notorious Medellín Cartel along with the Ochoa brothers and Pablo Escobar. At the height of his criminal career...