(1) This phrase describes a driver who has a tendency towards flashing the lights of his/her vehicle at other road users, often with little justification.
(2) The phrase also describes a photographer who is apt towards taking many photos, often without paying much attention towards selecting only the best shots. It may also have connotations of the photos being taken at an inappropriate time or place.
(1) During the rush hour a relatively large proportion of road users tend to be "flash happy" and impatiently flash their lights in annoyance at others, often with very little provocation.
(2) "Flash happy" tourists can often be found at popular tourist hotspots such as Buckingham Palace, London where they are happy to take photos of anything that catches their eye.
作者 Stephen Chambers 2006年6月22日

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