Alright. I think it's time to end these tired terminology debates once and for all.
"Mac" is a prefix mostly used for Scottish names. It also commonly refers to any of the popular "Macintosh" series of personal computers made by Apple Computer.
"Mack" is a maker of large trucks.
"Chick" usually signifies young chickens, as in the following direct quotation from a postal clerk in Champaign, IL: "Ooh, your package is marked perishable! Looks like someone mailed you some tasty food! Or it could be chicks! You can send chicks through the mail, did you know that?!?"
"Tapping" is a cool type of dancing, a way for musicians to keep time, and what you do with a hammer to usually small nails or tacks.
"Nikka" is apparently Saladin's indistinctly European clubbin'-buddy.
"Shag" is a type of carpet or hair. It has no verb form, unless you're from England.
"Tonight" is the nearest present or future interval of time from sundown to sunup (this definition breaks down slightly at very high latitudes). It is notable for being an interval in which the members of this forum are not particularly likely to "mac", "mack", "shag" or "tap" any "chicks" or their "sweet asses".
I hope that clears things up
One of these days my desk is going to collapse in the middle and all its weight will come down on my knee and tear my new fake ACL. It could be tomorrow. This is my concern.