Did you possibly mean finger?
- n. Plural form of flinger.
“If she had only shown more "empathy" for the white firefighters, could she have avoided all this grief from the sh*t-flingers on talk radio?”
“He asked the jury to let other would-be sneaker-flingers know that it's "not open season on police officers in King County.”
“La Tomatina" invites fruit-flingers to the tiny Spanish village of Bunol in Comunidad Valenciana for an annual fight featuring 125 tons of tomatoes and about 45,000 participants.”
““The crowd that came out to watch the Deans in action were sic amply rewarded for the famous flingers bore down all the time that they were on the mound,” enthused the Morning News.”
“June 12th, 2008 8: 53 pm ET john mccain can, 'hic', veto mly beer whens he can pry it flom mly colold dead flingers. 'hic ”
“I'm betting for most of us veteran poo flingers, your's wouldn't even reach the rank of little lemur.”
“June 28, 2008 at 8:42 am ders nuffing liek wokkin awn liddur inna mornin….ewe mai hunny an ai used tu haz tu liddur flingers…”
“The Democratic National Convention's tee shirt flingers had a somewhat silly sense of humor »”
“He had set up the flingers at the Future sim, just one sim south of Montmartre and owned by Chase Rutherford.”
“The race stayed in the Future sim as it changed hands to Gus Plisskin, who said it was welcome to stay as long as I wanted to have it there, but the sim slowly filled to capacity and had a lot of scripts going and the flingers stopped working consistently and the sport became more of a luck thing and more of an endurance race.”
Looking for tweets for flingers.