Meaning : One Who Works With Spices, One who Works with Spices,
Origin : American,
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Numerology information Spicer:
Name Number: 7 Meaning: Inner, Thought, Mind, Psychology, Secret, Mystic, Strange, Study, Knowledge, Loneliness, Rest
Additional information Spicer:
Taken from an English surname. Most probably an occupational name for someone who was an apothecary or natural druggist.
Definition funny of Spicer:
A Fella From Dublin, Known As Having dublin style, has the mullet, wears keds, puts bobbins on his jeans, usually shops in top shop, has one ear pierced, and is usually trying to have hair known as hairbag
Some YoungOne:Ah Look At That Spicer Over There,He's Only Massive
Rare last name given long ago to the man with the largest penis by the Gods. (around 2050B.C.)This man has passed on the name through generations of kids. Throughout folk lore and legends, historians have found records of later generations of Spicer's that have helped other people. One such story is where a Spicer decendant saved a whole village from an avalanche by getting an erection and stopping the snow. However, his penis got really cold and quickly shrank. But, everyone escaped before it shrank, letting the snow crush the now uninhabited town. That Spicer was regarded as a hero for saving the townspeople. Despite misconceptions, few people know that a Spicer decendant actually parted the Red Sea, not Moses. The Spicer simply got an erection and all the people walked on his dick and across the Red Sea Sadly, today no living relatives of this man are known. If anyone were to know this modern day decendant, then they should immediately start worshiping that person. Dick and trevor go together forever!
Trevor: OMG! There's a Spicer! I am going to worship you and give you free blowjobs! Chris: Me too! I'll pay you to let me suck your cock!
Spicers or as they call them selves $pOiiCeRRz are people in dublin who act hard and think there mad. They do this fail dance called shuffling around town to rave and techno music. They come in groups of boys and girls all in adidas huddies and converse. Spicer Girl Wears: adidas hoodie, white pomps/cons, white non-sleve top, black leggins, orange fake tan, orange cheap pennys makeup, a full black eyeliner pencil, pink lipstick, pink blush, fake eye lashes, super long hair extensions, hair back combed, shag bands, bangles, holy braclets, bandanas, hoop ear rings, nose ring. Spicer Boys Wear: adidas hoodies, white pomps/cons, white adidas socks, jeans or adidas track suit bottoms tucked into there white socks, V neck multi coloured top, plain white top, mullet at the back with blonde or red threw it, spikes at the front and the "frindge" gel down. one ear ring, 20 johnny blues in there hand. they talk in a real knacker tone, even thogh most are not knackers at all! speaking: how'ya lovee, if ye say anythin abou me mate i'll bleedin bash ye ri? texting language: Hiyaa BaYbee wazzup hunnii??? :*:* LoVeYeHuNNii Ox_#
someone who frequently likes to get high off of spice
Songs about Spicer:
Spicer's Slide by Beltaine from the Album Jump at Samhain's Fire
Goodnight (feat. Jack Spicer) [Explicit] by Kevin Killian from the Album Harry's House [Explicit]
6 Hours (feat. Paul Spicer) by Lance Horne from the Album First Things Last
Letters To Spicer by Ten Centuries from the Album White Pines
Little Bo-Peep Has Lost Her Jeep (with Del Porter & Willie Spicer) by Spike Jones from the Album Just Jazz
Little Bo-Peep Has Lost Her Jeep (with Del Porter & Willie Spicer) by Spike Jones from the Album Beautiful Jazz
Snakebite (feat. Jimmy Spicer) by King Belvedere from the Album My Kinda Rock and Roll
Books about Spicer:
Crescent City Cooking: Unforgettable Recipes from Susan Spicer's New Orleans by Susan Spicer and Paula Disbrowe (Oct 23, 2007)
My Vocabulary Did This to Me: The Collected Poetry of Jack Spicer (Wesleyan Poetry Series) by Jack Spicer, Peter Gizzi and Kevin Killian (Aug 15, 2010)
The House That Jack Built: The Collected Lectures of Jack Spicer by Jack Spicer and Peter Gizzi (Jun 15, 1998)
The Poetry of Jack Spicer by Daniel Katz (Jan 17, 2013)
Spicer's Literary Forays: Commentary and Critique on Boccaccio's Decameron and Homer's Iliad by Hannah Spicer (May 29, 2014)
The "Spicer" of Life by D. S. Mullis (Jun 19, 2008)
The Spicer Diaries by Michael Spicer (Mar 25, 2014)
Movies about Spicer:
Ice Spicers -
Learn to Ride Like a Pro with Bruce Spicer -
Spicer Gripp Steer Roping 2010 - DVD -
Spicer Gripp Team Roping 2011 - DVD -
Spicer Gripp Memorial Steer Roping 2009 -
Spicer Gripp Pro-Am 2010 - DVD -
Spicer Gripp Calf Roping 2010 - DVD -
Wiki information Spicer:
Spicer is a city in Kandiyohi County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 1,167 at the 2010 census. Sibley State Park and many surrounding lakes are nearby.
Jack Spicer was an American poet often identified with the San Francisco Renaissance. In 2009, My Vocabulary Did This to Me: The Collected Poetry of Jack Spicer won the American Book Award for poetry.