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- v. To eat without restraint; eat heartily.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. to eat copiously and without restraint; to snack frequently.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. eat a lot and without restraint
I do not know why he makes terrible Yiddish puns, but to fress is to eat like a pig.
The reality is that nothing is free and the fress stuff ends up costing people like me lots of cash.
You might want to check again rotten tomatoes has 17% but when you look at the reviews it has 5 fress and 5 rottent, seems like there meter hasn't updated yet.
Heer, haz sum Basement-cat-Fud Chokklit Caek wif fudji eysings n fress raspberries onna top dat spells owt “Happeh Birfday!”
While German and Yiddish vocabulary do not correspond 1:1 and onto, it is possible that there is more to the bad pun than just fress—-“Po” or “Popo” in German means “ass”.
All this global manipulation was a bother, and sometimes they just needed to fress a little.
We waited a while to be seated and to be served but the waiter knew he was wrong and hooked us up with fress drinks.
We have also served the iced tea over lots of fress mint leaves and lemon or lime slices and called them Kiddie mojitos.
Prepare to fress like a macher ( "eat like a pimp," goyim).
Póstsekkurinn: Ástralíufærsla #34,546 frá Sydney sendu okkur þennan slagara um daginn og ég hef verið að velta mér uppúr honum einsog fress á teppi (blautu af catnipp).
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