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Definition funny of Folkers:
When you are under the influence of alcohol, and can not help but to hook up with red heads or people that has a name that refers to a city. (ex. Houston)
Hey bro you know that rachel girl from lastnight? ya she totaly was a folker
Songs about Folkers:
Cam Folker by Laughing Stock Comedy Festival from the Album 2011 Laughing Stock Comedy Festival
The Folker by The Corries from the Album The Comedy Collection
The Folker by Woods Tea Company from the Album The Wood's Tea Co. - Live!
The Folker by The Corries from the Album Barrett's Privateers
The Folker by Fred Wedlock from the Album The Folker / Frollicks
Folker by Ava Carrère from the Album Discombobulée
Folker (ARA Soundsystem Mix) by Miguel Puente from the Album Folker
Books about Folkers:
Folker: Webster's Timeline History, 1813 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Mar 10, 2010)
By Sterling-Folker (ed) - Making Sense of International Relations Theory (2nd Edition) (6/30/13) by Sterling-Folker (ed) (Jun 30, 2013)
Jaume Plensa: Galerie Folker Skulima ... Berlin, 25 Novembe 1988-17. Januar 1989 : Deborah Sharpe Gallery ...... by Jaume Plensa (1988)
Representing Death in the News: Journalism, Media and Mortality by Hanusch, Dr Folker published by Palgrave Macmillan... (0100)
Journalism Across Cultures: An Introduction by Obijiofor, Dr Levi, Hanusch, Dr Folker published by Palgrave Macmillan... (0100)
Thailande L'Iconothèque de Folker Reichert by Reichert Folker (1990)
ZGMTH - Zeitschrift der Gesellschaft für Musiktheorie, 6. Jahrgang 2009: Herausgegeben von Folker Froebe, Michael... by Oliver Schwab-Felisch (2010)
Movies about Folkers:
EL PUENTE CINE BELICA. - Runtime: 1 hr 43 mins Starring: FOLKER BOHNET & FRITZ WEPPER
El Puente Folker Bohnet; Fritz Wepper; Michael Hin Unrated -
Wiki information Folkers:
Richard Nevin Folkers is a former left-handed Major League Baseball pitcher who played from 1970 to 1977 for the New York Mets, St. Louis Cardinals, San Diego Padres and Milwaukee Brewers. He was 6 ft 2 in tall and he weighed 180 pounds.
Karl August Folkers was an American biochemist, working at Merck, and best known for his role in the isolation of vitamin B₁₂. He received the Perkin Medal in 1960, the Priestley Medal in 1986, and the National Medal of Science in 1990. As a Merck...