Double Dare is a bungee jump and white water rafting package for PS99pp (valid to end of May 2013) or Trip and Treat - an activity and accommodation combo from PS79pp (valid to end of March 2013).
What does DD stand for?
DD stands for Double Dare
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 113 other meanings of DD in our Acronym Attic
- Dominic Deegan (online webcomic)
- Don't Die (gaming)
- Donald Duck
- Done Deal
- Donnie Darko (movie)
- Dono Dedit (Latin: gave this offering)
- Doordarshan (Indian TV network)
- Doppler Displacement
- Double Damage (gaming)
- Double Dang
Samples in periodicals archive:
The stunt was based on the Double Dare Snare track, where 1:64 scale cars race.
Tanner Foust and stuntman Greg Tracy completed the feat at the X Games in Los Angeles on a track the length of two football fields and modelled on Mattel's Hot Wheels Double Dare Snare toy racetrack set, Sky News reported.
DVD Extras: Hot Rods Of Death Proof featurette; Stunts On Wheels: The Legendary Drivers Of Death Proof featurette; Introducing Zoe Bell featurette, Kurt Russell As Stuntman Mike featurette; Finding Quentin's Gals featurette; uncut version of Baby It's You performed by Mary Elizabeth Winstead; The Guys Of Death Proof featurette; Quentin's Creative Collaborator: Editor Sally Menke featurette; Double Dare trailer; poster gallery, theatrical trailers.
The book, Zero to Fifty: A Lifetime in the Driver's Seat, begins in her parents' 1947 Plymouth sedan with a sisterly double dare to release the emergency brake to see what happens.
Under clarinetist Bob Kaper they launched into I Double Dare You.
Praise praise as fast is lasting immense double dare the unspeakable pulp toe soiled whose century I came to seek its downstroke is the onomatopoeic world I can't say weigh it in its medium of honey I cross the sea that bites and trains the burning teeth on my eyelid Abrupt loss lost these are the signals beyond boredom schoolyard water in the wilderness milk in a room full of brooks Kin to you are mantle nights surplus hours sent from risk night for hiding the goat jolts for undamming bodies Bearer of eyelight bread kept clean into the hands a few words stealing knees from the fields of rainbows stay empty my grief Wind that has never passed through coined metal Hour of staying I speak your lips OLGA BROUMAS'S Rave: Poems 1975-1998 is forthcoming from Copper Canyon Press this spring.