A type of tattoo, usually worn by women, on the lower back and branching upwards from the buttcrack. From the original German "Arschgeweih".
I could see her ass antlers poking up above her little thong.
viết bởi Fuzzy Bunny 23 Tháng tư, 2004
A direct translations from the German, referring to tatoos, usually found on (young) women, on their backsides, below the belt line and above the cheeks. They look like the paisly designs of the '70's and remind one of the spread of a 7 point buck. Probably used to the same purpose, too
She' got 17 tattos altogether, the newest of which are those ass antlers peeking out over the tops of her jeans.
viết bởi hammer hands 08 Tháng ba, 2006
A version of the Tramp Stamp tattoo, often a "tribal" design (ironically, worn mostly by white suburban club girls) positioned at the center of the lower back just above the "hipster" panty line, usually forming an "ass arrow" pointing toward the butthole and graphically implying the woman desires anal sex and will rejoice when you follow the sign and enter through the backdoor.
"Her Ass Antlers were so hot, and so was the faux protest and squeal when I followed instructions and buried my fresh breadstick deep in her hot chocolate fondue."

"With my crazy anal fetish, one look at her ass antlers and I knew she was the girl for me"
viết bởi Verbatim 1144 10 Tháng mười hai, 2009
tattoo on the lower back.
ass antlers is also known as a tramp stamp, skanky tattoo right above the ass.
viết bởi brtmrandrws 18 Tháng sáu, 2009
tattoo appearing just above an ass crack
Her pants are cut so low you can see her ass antlers.
viết bởi Dman1 23 Tháng mười, 2007
A lower back tattoo that looks like an ass rack. Literal translation of arschgeweih, German for tramp stamp.
Ass antlers = moose on the loose
viết bởi garnichts 22 Tháng hai, 2010

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