SNAP stands for: So Not A Pro. It is a Gaming term/ clan tag.

The term was originally created by SoNotAPro (youtube channel)
"WOW! John is SNAP!"
or
"WOW! John is so not a pro!"
door Bizzzlez 28 april 2010
Nickname for someone who is a control freak that walks around snapping his fingers at people all day.

Person also uses snapping as a sign of satisfaction.
Snaps was thrilled that his blinds were all level and open at exactly the same angle throughout the space.

Donnie was so excited when he made HuggySnapsJr dustbust the stairs that he gave two snaps as he walked out the door.
door huggysnapsjr 19 februari 2009
(noun) a short productive nap, sleeping for only a short amount of time often during daytime hours, a planned quick slumber to prepare for a big event or task
Amy laid her head down to take a snap before here big Physics exam.
door Mistin 26 oktober 2008
a snap is another word for a crackhead or a person who is addicted to drugs and do anything to get them.
H3 A SNAP H3 SUCCd THAT DOGS D*** TO G3T A HIT
SH3 A SNAP SH3 SOLD H3R BABY F0R SUM DRUGS
door T0R1 15 augustus 2008
A reply from someone who is beign told that one of there friends has been owned
Mitch: Hahahaha Brad got his Astra bogged at Mungab and the front bumper fell of!

Taz: Hahahaha Snap!
door Peter Alexander 11 augustus 2008
–noun : an external covering for the human foot, usually of leather and consisting of a more or less stiff or heavy sole and a lighter upper part ending a short distance above, at, or below the ankle.
Yo dog, looks like Jamie picked up some new snaps at Footlocker today!
door Brian Swanson 24 februari 2008
Snapping your fingers at someone who is rude to you. Sort of like saying whatever with your fingers.
person 1: your shoes are ugly
person 2: snap fingers at person 1 rather than saying anything.
door zuber johnson 30 november 2007

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