- n. A fist bump.
- v. To bump fists.
- fist + bump (Wiktionary)
“They were advised not to mention the Duchess of York, to stick to small talk about dogs or horses, and reminded: "Don't offer a handshake, a fistbump or a high five.”
“OTOH, fistbump starts with, “The illegal acts involved were actually those of the * government* (Bush administration) not the telecoms, so immunity for the telecoms is simply beside the point.””
“I sure know I was frisked at the Obama "accepting the nomination"/fistbump rally in St. Paul last June ...”
“I want to see Jesus' face when I give him the ol' celestial fistbump and get in on a technicality.”
“We shared a mental fistbump over this plan, firm in our resolve to keep those pesky furballs away from our daughter's new toys.”
“Nice work, God! And the fistbump between Scott and Ariana is awesome, too.”
“Just play one of his speaches backwards and you'll hear exactly what I mean. its like the secret muslim fistbump he gave michelle after that big speech. or when he secretly gave hillary the finger.”
“It wasn't a powerful fistbump worthy of a late-night NFL highlight reel or even the contrived celebration our new president and first lady tend to share.”
“+ NEW LOCK THREAD: LOSING IS NOT AN OPTION 4 / 21 bump bump chestbump to all who come here to bring teamwork, a positive vibe, and winners fistbump to living by the betting motto losing is not an option”
“- CIO. com - Business Technology Leadership mekosuchinae: fic | star trek: aos | the fistbump is non-optional”
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