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Definition funny of Prink:

urbanTo prink (verb) The art of pre-drinking at a friend's house in order to save money on a night out.

urbanSam: Town? Warren: Nah, it's too expensive. Sam: Don't be stupid, we can prink at mine and walk there.

urbanFrom the DVD extras od the UK film (Shaun Of The Dead). They use the word (prink) instead of prick to make the scene cleaner.

urbanYou fucking prink! It's not Hiphop, it's electro.. Prink.

urbanA shortened version of predrinks. Easier to say and a heck of a lot more enjoyable.

urbanOk, so the plan is to go to town and we just need a location for prinks... Yeah, he didn't even make it out, he got wasted at prinks!

urbanComes from: "pre-drinks". Sometimes perceived as a sophisticated social gathering one attends before they go out for a night on the town. However, "prinking" is well-known Irish activity of getting so shit-faced and fucked up before you head for a night on the town/going to Mass/going to school/doing the weekly food shop, you practically end up shitting and vomming the gaff up on your way out the door. This is the time and place where bitchez be bracin' themselves for a good time.

songs

Songs about Prink:

songsPrink by Haleoscene from the Album Haleoscene

songsChapter 17: Return of the Prink Pranther by Graham Stark from the Album Stark Naked: The Autobiography of Graham Stark

books

Books about Prink:

booksA Treasury of the World's Great Prinks by Stephen Longstreet (Jan 1, 1961)

booksMUTANTS: Warrior; Of the People; Danger - Human; Rehabilitated; Listen; Roofs of Silver; By New Hearth Fires;... by Gordon R. Dickson and Anthony Sini; (1970)

booksMUTANTS: Warrior; Of the People; Danger - Human; Rehabilitated; Listen; Roofs of Silver; By New Hearth Fires;... (1973)

wiki

Wiki information Prink:

PRINK
Aviation waypoint, Location

Prink Callison
American football head coach, Deceased Person, American football player, Athlete, Person, Measured person

Prince Gary "Prink" Callison was an American football player and coach. He served as the head coach at the University of Oregon from 1932 to 1937, compiling a record of 33–23–2. In 1933, Callison led the program to its second championship of the...