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Definition funny of Frings:
A combination order of 1/2 Frech Fries and 1/2 Onion Rings.
"frings in the car cushions do not improve with time."
(n.) The lone fry in a basket of onion rings.
LC - "Dude, did we eat all the onion rings?" DB - "Yeah, but you can have the fring. I left it for you." LC - "That's so thoughtful!"
that little dude with bottlerockets
watch out! its FRING!
Onion flavored fries
Songs about Frings:
Brain TV (Florian Frings Remix) by Alfred Heinrichs from the Album Brain TV EP
Black Russian (Elmar Strathe & Florian Frings 5D Remix) by Paris Haze & Mr. Geen from the Album Black Russian
Bye Fring by zthmusic from the Album Lost Time
Differently (Florian Frings Remix) by Patrik Berg from the Album Differently
Do It Before (Florian Frings Remix) by Elektra Rosenberg from the Album Do It Before
Fring by Orchestra Stedano Frigerio from the Album Ballando ballando (16 successi: Menehito, Moderato, Beguine, Lento, Swing, Bajao, Cha cha cha)
Fring by Stefano Frigerio from the Album Sax in love
Books about Frings:
Frings: Webster's Timeline History, 1746 - 2007 by Philip M. Parker (Jun 3, 2008)
Frings: Webster's Facts and Phrases by Icon Group International (May 1, 2009)
Contemporary Authors: Biography - Frings, Manfred S. (1925-) (Mar 8, 2005)
The Tory Islanders: A people of the Celtic fring by Robin Fox (Dec 29, 1978)
Sprachliche Entwicklungen im ostmitteldeutschen Raum als mögliche Grundlage der neuhochdeutschen Schriftsprache... by Susann Schrödter (Dec 1, 2010)
Outlines & Highlights for Fashion From Concept to Consumer by Gini Stephens Frings by Cram101 Textbook Reviews (Nov 14, 2009)
Frings Benefits by Donna Allen (1969)
Wiki information Frings:
Torsten Klaus Frings is a German former footballer, who played as a central midfielder. He played 79 matches for the Germany national team from his debut in 2001, including at two European Championships and two FIFA World Cups.
Josef Richard Frings, was a German Cardinal of the Catholic Church. He served as Archbishop of Cologne from 1942 to 1969. Considered a significant figure in Catholic resistance to Nazism, he was elevated to the cardinalate in 1946 by Pope Pius XII.