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  • Last week, Germany's Federal Patent Court ruled that the word 'ficken' can be registered as a trademark, Der Spiegel reports.

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  • Last week, Germany's Federal Patent Court ruled that the word 'ficken' can be registered as a trademark, Der Spiegel reports.

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  • Originally published in German as Werner Fuchs and Sascha Mamczak, ‘George W. Bush möchte ich nun wirklich nicht ficken!’ in Das Science Fiction Jahr 2007, eds.

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  • His lap a saddle, up junge maedchen ficken and down, hook, her shiverand he. dezdiqqucihe Says:

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  • A soy-filled meal, what with the tofu, ficken, and light and dark soy sauces that went into it.

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  • Dinner tonight was Kung Pao Ficken fake + chicken = ficken and Tofu, prepared by Janet, and it was damn delicious.

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  • From here he could see ahead,and down there in the middle of the road stood the widow waving hershawl as a banner neger ficken of triumph, though she could only guess at results.

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  • Jumpmeeting in Ribnitz-Damgarten TAGS: jump crew münster jump-crew-münster jumpstyle-germany durchfall dünnschiss kotzen kacken beim laufen eat my shoes silence steven jobo steven feat. jobo steven feat. ur$t urst kackwurst bayern münchen luca toni makaay ebbe sand fischer jumpstyle-germany. de hardjump. lt jumpforce. de seba_jumpstyle germany deutschland fußball werderbremen ficken sex micha future jump'faction sonny jumpen italybabe jcb jumpcrew-bremen. de tecktonik Jumping H JumpingH1994

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  • According to the Urban Dictionary, ficken is the German word for the current 'F' word, "but as it is infinitive and not spoken usually in colloquial, only few in Germany use it as often as most Americans do."

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  • Oh, her use of the precious present participle, "fucking," from the Indo-European peik, cognate with the Latin pungere, related to the Germanic ficken, purloined from the Middle Dutch fokken, associated with the Zemblan fögu_, universalized in the Esperanto fuga.

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