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A slap or "smack" is a broad stroke made with the flat open hand, as opposed to a punch that is made with a closed fist. Slaps are frequently made across the face, but can be also made across hands or any other body part, and can use either the palm of the hand or the back of the hand. When slapping or being slapped, be cautious of rings as they can slice the skin. There are several types of slaps with special names. These include the bitch slap, the pimp slap, dry slap, Kerry slap and having a slap. These form a hierarchy of slaps. In many films and television programs, girls and women typically slap boys and men who offend them in some way, as occasionally occurs in real life. Look up Punch in Wiktionary, the free dictionary Punch can refer to: Punch from Punch and Judy Punch (magazine) Punch (drink), various mixed drinks often containing fruit or fruit juice, sometimes alcoholic Punch (strike), blow made with a fist. ...
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Happy slapping is a fad in which an unsuspecting victim is attacked while an accomplice records the assault (commonly with a camera phone or a smartphone).
Happy slapping filming attacks seem to be common in modern bullying, and not unique to happy slapping.
Happy Slapping is known to have started in South London , in a format known as "Slap TV", where a happy-slapping video would be recorded, and then watched over by dozens of people like a TV show.
There are numerous variants of the slappingtechnique, which extend the basic actions by including other percussive strumming techniques, such as adding hammered notes, and repeating slap and pop patterns to effectively produce the equivalent of a drumroll on the bass guitar (see Victor Wooten).
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