urban

Definition funny of Farling:

urbanThe act of creeping on young females who are 2 or more grades below you. Farling is a gerund of the term FARL which defines a male who exemplifies a complete creepy, selfish, douche. To spot someone Farling they typically sport faux hawks, bro shades, and nasty facial hair. Farlers have a tendency to crash parties, carry 30 packs, wear snapback head accessories and brainwash innocent freshmen. Farlers for whatever reason seem to be bred in LAX bro environments. This usually leads to them earning several restaining orders from the women they Farl. (also known as Farlees)

urban"Blake was Farling so hard on that sophomore at the party tonight." "Bro, did you see Kevin hooking up with that chick last night? She was like 13 years old. WHAT A FARL!"

urbanA Darling who engages in Fapnapping.

urbanOh my Farling, you've perfected fapnapping into an art form!

urbansomeone with a funny lookin backside. describing words: hairy, funny, big booty

urbanwow check out that Farling chick with the hairy booty, i bet she gets major PU-TANG!

books

Books about Farling:

booksFarling Forelskelse by Gloria D. Miklowitz (1997)

booksl'ordre des farlings by Julian Writer

booksPilgrim: A Sarah Farling Mystery by Jenny Kilb (Jun 2002)

booksPilgrim Fool: A Sarah Farling Mystery by Jenny Kilb (Jul 2003)

booksEt farling talent (A Grave Talent in German) by Laurie R. King (1996)

wiki

Wiki information Farling:

Farlington
Administrative Division, English civil parish, Statistical region, Dated location, City/Town/Village, Location

Farlington is a small, picturesque village and civil parish in Hambleton district of North Yorkshire, England. It is situated approximately 9.5 miles miles north of York between Stillington and Sheriff Hutton. A small stream, the Farlington beck,...

Farlington School
Educational Institution, Organization, Employer

Farlington School is an independent school day and boarding school for girls aged three to eighteen in Horsham, West Sussex, England. Farlington was founded in 1896 originally in Haywards Heath but moved to its present site at Strood Green near...