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Numerology information Lad:
Name Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma
Definition funny of Lad:
An Australian term used to describe teenagers who wear a nautica, polo or nike white hat, tilted upright revealing the front of their hair with the strap at the back done up tight so it is dangling out the back, a striped polo or nautica shirt with the collar popped and either saucony or nautica trackies or shorts, topped off with nike Tnz which are fresh. These lads think they are tough but are generally small and skinny and travel in packs trying to roll other innocent bystanders for their worth.
The lad threatened the innocent bystander by saying 'Wat bra! i'll shank ya lad', after completing his theft he headed up to a blank wall and began to graffiti.
A lad is a male who specialises in creating and distributing exquisite banter. Though most lads are youngish (late teens and early twenties) age is not a defining characteristic and you will find both young lads and old lads. Some special skills of lads include, but are not limited to the following: - Binning Pints - Exposing genitalia and getting naked in public places - Throwing up after copious alcohol consumption - Spousal Abuse - Getting kicked out of pubs/nightclubs for being overly offensive Excelling in all areas will earn a lad the title of "top lad". There is no higher praise that can be bequeathed upon an individual.
"That guy just saw off a whole bottle of Vodka then partyboyed that bird, what a lad!" "Andy got kicked out of City for binning his pint, then turtling naked on the dancefloor...LAD"
Lad: An australian youth subculture centred around individuals who hang out in gangs, engage in petty theft, pick fights, vandalise property and use foul language which generally involves a great deal of pig latin. Hence the terms "adlay" and "eshays". Lads generally wear white caps tilted up at the front to show the front part of their hair which is often gelled. The strap of the cap is done up tight at the back and the possibility of a rats tails or other such hair style dangling out the back is common. They can be seen wearing white polo shirts, or polo shirts of other colours with short shorts (striped parachute/tracksuit pants in winter) and trainers. They sport brands such as Nautica, Saucony, Nike and Everlast and in addition to this wear ridiculously small bags usually scrawled with graffiti. 'Lads' are now commonplace is many areas of Sydney including but not limited to the inner west, outer west, north west, south and south-west. 'Lads' can be found in most high schools throughout the Sydney metropolitan area, they have a gang mentality which enables them to gain physical superiority over other groups and subcultures and are disliked by the general population. They can often be seen hanging around train stations and shopping centres or just roaming the streets in search of trouble. Lads are generally into rave music and in particular hardstyles such as gabber. They also engage in tagging as graffiti is a large part of the subculture. Lad girls wear similar clothing and often have their hair gelled and tied back tightly, giving it a shiny, sleek and some might say greasy quality.
Lad: "Lets catch the 492 from Burwood to Drummoyne adlay, we'll pick some fights with little kids when we get there"
The British version of guy
Songs about Lad:
Only A Lad (Album Version) by Oingo Boingo from the Album Only A Lad
Only A Lad by Oingo Boingo from the Album Best O' Boingo
The Wagoner's Lad by The Duhks from the Album The Duhks
Wagoner's Lad by Joan Baez from the Album Joan Baez, Vol. Ii
Merchant Marines Song (Heave Ho, My Lads, Heave Ho) by CWU Concert Band from the Album American Marching Band Classics
Wagoner's Lad by Mike Craver from the Album Wagoner's Lad
My Johnny Lad by The Clancy Brothers with Tommy Makem from the Album The Clancy Brothers And Tommy Makem In Person At Carnegie Hall
Books about Lad:
Lad: A Dog by Albert Payson Terhune (Feb 7, 2012)
Lad: A Dog by Albert Payson Terhune and Sam Savitt (Jul 1, 1993)
Lad: A Dog by Albert Payson Terhune (Feb 23, 2012)
Lads Before the Wind : Diary of a Dolphin Trainer by Karen Pryor and Konrad Lorenz (Mar 16, 2004)
There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly! by Lucille Colandro and Jared D. Lee (Aug 26, 2014)
Lad, A Dog by Albert Payson Terhune (Feb 15, 2013)
Lad and the Fat Cat (Bob Books First!, Level A, Set 1, Book 11)) (1996)
Movies about Lad:
Blood Lad - The Complete Series (English Dub) 2013 TV-14 CC -
3 Lads, an American Fool and One Night (Director's Cut) 2012 NR - Runtime: 20 mins Starring: Billy Ray Gallion, et al. Directed by: Mo Abersheid
Captain Amazing-Lad Saves America 2014 NR - Runtime: 29 mins Starring: Catherine Gasta, Michael Mandell, et al. Directed by: Keith Carter
Lads & Jockeys 2012 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 35 mins Starring: Flavien Masset Directed by: Benjamin Marquet
Blood Lad - The Complete Series (Original Japanese Version) Season 1 2013 TV-14 -
Blood Lad-Complete Series 2014 Unrated - Runtime: 4 hrs Starring: Various Directed by: Various
Cemetery Junction: The Lads Look Back 2010 NR - Runtime: 11 mins Directed by: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Wiki information Lad:
Lad culture is a subculture initially associated with Britpop music of the 1990s. "The image of the 'lad' or 'new lad' arose in the early 1990s as a generally middle-class figure espousing attitudes conventionally attributed to the working classes".
Lad is a village in Somogy county, Hungary.