acid drop

acid drop

n
(Cookery) a boiled sweet with a sharp taste
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Some guy at a punk show in 1982 does an acid drop off the stage.
Or, worst of all, the Acid Drop. The mere thought of which makes my throat and jaw constrict.
Straight out of the refinery, this Mosel has the classic petrol waft that shouts German riesling - with zippy acidity hitting you like an acid drop followed by floral sweetness and a nutty aftertaste.
Later on I saw the killer "Acid Drop" silk-screened poster at a friend's place, and found out that it was Darin's work, too.
That's where I got the frontside wall bash to acid drop and Kevin Terpening did the bluntslide gap-out street jump, the trick of the trip.
Drink 'til you can't stand and acid drop into the deep end of a pool.
If your thighs could do with a bit of toning, stick to black and brighten up the look by teaming them with the very latest acid drop colours.
Did Olson acid drop something to make Corey Duffel's knees ache?
The follow-ups, Zero's Thrill of it All and Misled Youth, further refined this ultra-aggressive video style while the team, a crew of relative unknowns (many of whom were just as happy to acid drop as switch crooks), helped push the then-narrow boundaries of tricks deemed acceptable.
Note: here's some additional names that I didn't even bother discussing with my wife: Acid Drop, Eggplant, Beanplant, Gelfand, Blender, Jerry, Coco, Stranger, pip Executioner, 'Tae and The Muska.
Leeds, The Well: UK SUBS + The Sewer Suckers + Acid Drop + The kingcrows ?