It can be a question, an exclamation, a shout-out or a general statement. The word “drop the mic” has taken on a life of its own, with all sorts of meanings.
It’s a pretty simple word, and a pretty powerful one. It means to stop talking and listen. It also means to drop the microphone and let out a low, soft hum.
The word drop the mic can also be an exclamation, often a declaration of rage or frustration. It can be quite emotional, and while it can’t be used very often, it can carry some serious weight. Sometimes it even carries the power to change a person’s demeanor.
When a person is angry, it can be hard to hear you. If you’re not actually being very loud, they might just assume you’re having an argument. It can be harder and harder to hear when you’re having a disagreement with someone. The people with the most loud and agitated temperaments can find it hard to hear themselves.
I’m not sure if you can use the word “frenzied,” but there is a certain level of frustration when you want to take out the enemy in the most vicious way you can. It can definitely carry some weight, and it can be just as effective as other forms of combat.
At least that’s what we’re told. If I were to ask my fellow players, they may tell me that dropping the mic is an effective way to get someone to back off. The idea is to get someone to listen to you and then try to use that silence to your advantage.
When you drop the mic, you can try to grab the mic right off the owner’s head and throw it back at them. You can also try to grab the mic from them and throw it back at them. I have heard of this done both ways, and it has been done for some reason.
The practice is called “rattle-the-mic.” It has been done in some of the most violent games, like the first Halo, and the first Resident Evil game, and it has also been done in a number of other games. In those games, the players often used this tactic to get the enemies to back off. The practice has also been used in online gaming and social games.
In the above example, the player throws the mic back at the enemy. In reality, to throw the mic back at them, the person should be holding it in the air for no apparent reason other than to get them to back off. If the person holding the mic keeps it in the air and then drops it to their shoulder, they have no reason to stop and talk to them again.
That’s right. In games such as League of Legends and Warcraft, players often use this tactic to get the enemy to back off. The practice has also been used in online gaming and social games.