Crack Fiend originated during the Hawaiian industrial revolution. It was used to describe the workers who had become addicted to crack due to poor working environments. Therefore, crack fiend has been passed down through the generations of Hawaiians and has morphed into a new meaning. It now is used to describe annoying people, as well as people addicted to crack. And sometimes, it is used to describe people who wish they were addicted to crack.
This is a three-foot, long, thin, metal, spring contraption with claw on the end of it. When the end opposite of the claw is depressed the magnetic claw grasps stuff. It is supposed to be used by a mechanic to pick up stuff (i.e. bolts, screws, nuts) dropped in hard to reach areas in a vehicle. However, I liked playing with this thing around the house when I was little and my dad used to call it a pussy snapper. I guess it could be used for that but it would hurt like fucking hell.
I lost a screw and I need the pussy snapper to get it.