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  • v. Present participle of fridge.


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  • Just to give one very typical woman-free fridging from a very well known fantasy series: The death of Garkin in Robert Apsrin’s MYTH series.

    A woman’s place is not in the refrigerator at SF Novelists

  • Senior Constable Russ Parker of Cairns police said the problem - known as "fridging" or "bar fridging" - has become a popular practice over the past 12 months among the youth community, with two separate offences occurring yesterday in Edmonton. | Top Stories

  • Man, #Spartacus -- the rarely executed double fridging!

    SPARTACUS: episode 6

  • Amusingly, I recommended SPARTACUS in part based on its diversity of characters *right before* the episode where they killed Spartacus's wife, Sura, and the gladiator Barca, a character of color who is ALSO one of their gay characters, which makes this episode a rare double-fridging with triple toe loop.

    SPARTACUS: episode 6

  • I am so glad that I am not the only person in fandom being deeply troubled at the rapid fridging of all the openly gay characters.

    SPARTACUS: episode 7

  • In an interview with AfterElton, SPARTACUS showrunner Stephen S. DeKnight was asked about the fridging of Barca and Pietros, and he gave the same answer writers always give: it's all about the characters and the story.

    SPARTACUS: episode 8 (NSFW)

  • Okay, parental fridging has become WAY too over-used, to the point of cliche.

    Your Turn: Star Trek 2009 | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News

  • My answer: I don't think it's _useful_ to characterize a given event as a fridging until the immediate storyline has played out see also Donna Troy recently in Countdown and Big Barda in Death of the New Gods.

    Question About New Avengers #35 | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

  • If it's important for some reason to get a clear yes/no on the possible fridging with Avengers 35, we need to see how much juice comes from it working as a "job" for the Hood, and how much it works to give Tigra--recently a nobody--a cool and gripping storyline.

    Question About New Avengers #35 | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

  • The town spread upwards before them, smoking vaguely in the midday glare, fridging the crest away to the south with spires and factory bulks and chimneys.

    Sons and Lovers


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