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- v. Present participle of frisbee.
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They started ripping pieces of glass off and frisbeeing them at us through the holes and then they started hurling rocks at us.
Our weekends were spent biking, camping and swimming and frisbeeing, winding down with stashes of Red Colombian (Punta Rojas), Jamaican (Lambsbread), and Thai Stick (drools like Homer Simpson).
The birds in our garden have a new warning call that roughly translates as: "That half-naked man's back again and he's frisbeeing slices of mouldy bread across the lawn."
Fans started frisbeeing their records onto the field during the first game, much to the consternation of the hopelessly old school TV team of Kell and Kaline.
That reminds me of my Amiga version, all the disks were chipped on the corners from hammering the disk eject button and frisbeeing the disk across the room.
The lawmakers had no problem frisbeeing out billions to Wall Street without the American people’s permission.
You give this to the Pope he’d be frisbeeing condoms off the balcony to grateful, adoring thousands.