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Definition funny of Schnack:

urbanWord usually meaning: Pathetic, homosexual, loser, loves me etc. Originated in a colony of gay British sailors off the cost of Africa. The word eventually got out and became a common last name.

urban"Whats that guys name?" "Brian schnack" "Ha, what a pathetic homosexual loser"

urbanverb. to receive favors, sexual in nature, from a female. Does not pertain to a committed relationship, but rather refers to casual, spontaneous sexual foreplay. Does not include intercourse, but instead, everything leading up to intercourse. Derives from the English word snack, and is rooted in the analogy to eating food. Where to snack is to eat food in a smaller proportion than a full meal, to schnack is to engage in sexual activity to a lesser extent than actual intercourse. noun. referring to an attractive, young female, highlighted by overall body firmness and an attractive face. Usually referred to as "a schnack" or "schnackable"

urbanVerb- "When I go out to bars on the weekends, I enjoy schnacking girls rather than having sex, because I always forget a condom." Noun- "Rachel McAdams is probably the biggest current schnack in Hollywood." Hybrid- "Minneapolis is a great city to find a lot of schnacks, but the difficult part is finding schnacks that are promiscuous enough to allow guys to schnack them."

urbanA good evening shnack is something my 3rd hour teacher likes to make me pass out everyday, only cost 25 cents and is normally FUCKING SHIT! but sometimes tasty.

urbanMr.Ingles: madison pass out the schnack please (in a sped voice) Me: commoonn! Mr. Ingles: ay, get to it. (in a sped voice)

urbanTerm of abuse for dirty working class types Dubliners, favoured by the middle classes who live near the DART line and have never travelled on the Nitelink. A combination of scumbag and knacker.

songs

Songs about Schnack:

songsEin bisschen Schnick Schnack by Liliane Scharf from the Album Schreib in den Sand

songsThe Final Cup (Schnick Schnack Schnuck Edit) by Africa Nation from the Album Football Brazil, the Winner Takes It All (Best of Club Soccer 2014)

songsKein Schnick Und Kein Schnack (Low Cut Arrow Remix) by Christian Gimbel from the Album Get Dumb - Tech House Series No. 2

songsKein Schnick und kein Schnack (Low Cut Arrow Remix) by Christian Gimbel from the Album Pure! Deep & Techy Collection

songsKein Schnick und kein Schnack (Pierre Santino Remix) by Christian Gimbel from the Album Best of 2010 (Deep & Tech House Collection)

songsKein Schnick und kein Schnack (Pierre Santino Remix) by Christian Gimbel from the Album Get Hypnotized (A Unique and Deep Collection of Electronic Music)

songsKein Schnick und kein Schnack (Pierre Santino Remix) by Christian Gimbel from the Album Smash Club : Tech Session, Vol. 2

books

Books about Schnack:

booksEsoterischer Schnick-Schnack (Sams verrückte Chicks) (Volume 3) (German Edition) by Sam Feuerstein (Jun 4, 2014)

booksSchnack: Webster's Timeline History, 1801 - 2007 by Philip M. Parker (Jun 3, 2008)

booksSchnacks (German Edition) by Katerina Schmieder and Philipp Schmieder (Oct 1, 2014)

booksSchnick und Schnack - Das ist auch richtig! Aber was kommt dann?: Single Songbook (German Edition) by Werner Plücker and Martin Schönicke (Aug 26, 2014)

booksSchnack vernunfti mit mi...: Live-Mitschnitt einer Lesung by Matthias Stührwoldt

booksSchnick Schnack Verses and Rhymes for Little Minds by Oscar Pletsch and John Scudder (Dec 3, 2013)

booksSchnick Schnack by ill 1830-1888 Oscar Pletsch (Aug 7, 2008)

movies

Movies about Schnack:

moviesSchnack,AJ Kurt Cobain: About A Son -

wiki

Wiki information Schnack:

Yasmin Schnack
Athlete, Measured person, Person

Yasmin Schnack is an American professional tennis player. Her highest singles and doubles rankings are No. 371 and No. 140, respectively, both set in the 2012 season.

Anton Schnack
Poet, Deceased Person, Author, Person

Anton Schnack was a German writer. He joined the German Army when World War I began. He is one of the leading German war poets of the First World War, and has been compared with English poet Wilfred Owen. After the war he became an editor for...