fricking

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fricking

rude slang An intensifier used as a milder alternative to "fucking." "Frickin'" is also commonly used. Why are you so fricking late? You'd better have a good excuse. Geez, it's so frickin' cold in here!

fricking

mod. lousy; damn. (A euphemism for fucking.) What a fricking mess you’ve made of this!
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But the way she won over the nation's hearts was, in Davina's words, "nothing short of frickin' miraculous".
"After like 10 minutes of circling us around, they go back to land again -- same frickin' thing happens," Brandi said, revealing that this time there was a plane in the way on the runway.
The Paramount network program has no script, he told the audience at his Nightclub & Bar show keynote in Las Vegas on March 26, swearing "on my mother's frickin' grave!"
In other enjoi news, did you see Deedz grind that hubba to frickin' wallride?
But claiming that a one-hour speech could sustainably change a life or transform a team sounded like something toothy pitchmen on late-night infomercials would use to coerce insomniacs to "call now!" It conjures up images of the late, great Chris Farley face-planting on coffee tables while bellowing "la dee frickin' dah!" I had simply spent too much of my life immersed in the science of behaviour change to buy such a ridiculous suggestion.But what if I was wrong?
Technically the Wayne County Raccoon Hunter Club's Fund Racer Match (designed to raise money for range improvements) is a Level l local match, but in reality, the match is the size of most USPSA Area or National Championships, and the stages at this club every frickin' month are the equal in size and complexity and quality to anything found at the USPSA Handgun National Championships.
A killer version of "It's So Easy" kicked off the show and it was awesome, because finally, Guns n' frickin' Roses!
One of the things I focus on--and it's most acute in higher education, but watch virtually any frickin' award show from out of Hollywood and you find it there too, and you find it in mainstream journalism--is this desire to define all of American history by its sins.
She defiantly hit back: 'We could wear a frickin' bin liner on stage and people complain.
"My daughter's stuck in a frickin' tree and there's gators surrounding her!" Broderick's mother reportedly told a 911 dispatcher.
Brolin gestured to a magazine held by Fallon, where the actor happened to be on the cover of, and said, 'Look at that frickin' forehead.
At the time, he fumed: "It's an absolute frickin' joke.
One may also wonder why Lara and her friend say "You got whooped" and "frickin' superhero" in their posh London accents -- but again, no matter.
She ate an 'awesome frickin' chicken' burger which had been marinated in buttermilk and collapsed after leaving the restaurant in the Great Northern Warehouse, in January 2015.