Evenly spaced applause from a single individual, typically used to call attention to the clapper's presence rather than as a genuine accolade. A classic maneuver for any Samuel Jackson character.
Hero: <impressive display of prowess>
Observer: <slow clap>
Observer: Very impressive, but you forgot about X...
Camera reveals X
Phingによって 2006年03月03日(金)
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A gradual building of applause, usually starting with one person clapping slowly, and ending with an enthusiastic standing ovation. Generally shows approval for an underdog in a come from behind victory or after losing with pride intact.
After they hoisted their broken sled to their shoulders, the jamaican bob-sledders slowly walked towards the finish line. Much to their surprise, the dick-head East German began the slow clap. Soon, the whole crowd was riotously cheering them on.
Weektitによって 2006年09月03日(日)
An insult. Used to offend or make fun of.
That prick gave me the dreaded slow clap as I walked by him.
Jerry's_Kidsによって 2004年06月21日(月)
Sacastic clap, often becomes a standing ovation. See golf clap
After the guy finished his speach he was sweating like a pig. To really rub it in we gave him a slow clap. When he finally got it over with he got a standing ovation.
Kung-Fu Jesusによって 2004年04月17日(土)

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