Spoonman means: SpoonMan is an extremely rare animal. It is unknown where its origins are, however, it travels the globe looking for milk. SpoonMan will often raid entire houses in one night, to prove that it can be strong and agile. (in Community Dictionary, added by Darren Fisher)
What else does Spoonman mean?
- Spoonman…hmmm. Spoonman can be a loyal friend. Even if you don’t seem to be able to trust her, Spoonman is always there for you. Spoonman loves Twin creeks, and while she may swear quite a bit, she’s the most pleasant person you will meet. Her FaceTime calls will be a delight for you. (in Community Dictionary, added by Chiliad)
- One person who loves the expletive is “SPOON”. (in Community Dictionary, added by Anderson Arroyo)
- Spoonman, a track by Chris Cornel on Soundgarden Super Unknown is found on the album. Different interpretations of the song title can lead to different meanings. The song’s title was actually inspired by Artis, a street performer from Seattle. He would use spoons and other metal objects to create complex patterns, rather than traditional percussion. Artis was also featured in the Spoonman music videos, which included the song “Black Hole Sun” and became one of the most popular videoingles at that time. (in Community Dictionary, added by Callum Lowe)
- An expression for someone who prefers to have sex with women than with them. (in Community Dictionary, added by Guido Rubio)
- 1. Soundgarden’s 1994 album Superunknown contains a hit song. Some say that the song marked Soundgarden’s breakthrough into mainstream popularity. It had originally been intended for use on the soundtrack to Cameron Crowe’s movie, “Singles”. It was inspired by… 2. Artis the Spoonman is a street performer, originally from California, and then later in Seattle who makes music with sets of spoons. Steven Tyler has called him “Seattle’s best-kept secret”. He played alongside many other major musicians, including Frank Zappa. (in Community Dictionary, added by Hadassah Charles)
- Spoonman is able to feel rhythms with his fingers. Spoonman can feel the beat with his hands, and he’ll steal it while he can. Spoonman He can speak the rhythm by himself. He speaks all by himself Spoonman His only Indian friends are his. Both are red and brown. Spoonman All his friends, however, are skeletons who beat their bones to the same tune. Spoonman. (in Community Dictionary, added by Epifanía Santiago)