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  • I even have readers in frickin’ China, but not from you.

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  • And the other team knows it can't win, but keeps calling frickin 'timeouts!!!!

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  • Look at all the slime being thrown around like the charges of not being a real American, the attempts at character assassination through tenuous, insubstantive links, the slimy ads like that one Elizabeth Dole is running calling a frickin Sunday school teacher "Godless" -- it's all coming from one side.

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  • They're young, they're accessible, and they use words like "frickin'" in their winery's literature.

    Marie Elena Martinez: The Biodynamic Wine Experience at Robert Sinskey Vineyards

  • They're young, they're accessible, and they use words like "frickin '" in their winery's literature.

    Marie Elena Martinez: The Biodynamic Wine Experience at Robert Sinskey Vineyards

  • Paula: she says "frickin'" for the second time tonight.

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  • I stopped by the recruiter station today and there was like some kind of frickin recruit meeting or something so I walk in and like 20 guys all turn and look at me ..

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  • "Somebody recognizes we're not the best, but we're pretty 'frickin' awesome," Vanaria said with a laugh.

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  • I know it suppresses them but obviously the visiting teams are hitting homers, as evidence by Gabe "frickin" Gross bombing one to the deepest part of the park and Carlos "take that Billy Beane" Pena dropping two on our boys.

    Athletics Nation

  • After first lamenting that he can't "frickin '" believe what's going on in the neighborhood and why new buildings are even needed to replace the perfectly good existing ones, Sifu Jai ultimately resolves, in true Taoist / fatalistic fashion, that "when it's time to go - go with the flow."

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  • And then there's firkin, which avoids the whole "g" problem completely. ;-)

    May 18, 2007

  • I've never been able to decide if I prefer frickin or friggin better, so I usually slur the two together in a lazy compromise when speaking. Likewise the jury's still out on whether or not to include the apostrophe at the end. Or, if you're really into self-referential white-boy irony, leave the "g" at the end and over-enunciate it for effect. I'm also a fan of freaking.

    May 17, 2007

  • I've heard this word used since the late 90's, but it is starting to come into the mainstream now.

    May 17, 2007