Farse


    Farse


  • An addition to, or a paraphrase of, some part of the Latinservice in the vernacular; -- common in English before theReformation.


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    Farse


  • (pronounced fah-ss) adv.

    1. A [Trinbagonian] word to describe one's nosiness or ability to pry into the affairs of others.
    2. Describing one who is overly inquisitive.
    3. Part of the term [Farse

  • Farse


  • A word used to describe something no other word can describe. When someone is acting in a very difficult/unnecessary way or out of the ordinary to cause some kind of problem or atmosphere. 'Farseness' can typically be something which someone is doing that causes a difficulty for the majority or extra-ordinary behaviour to try to be annoying


  • Farse


  • when someone is so ugly there face is a mix between a face and an arse
    often so ugly the person should be kept inside a dark room at all times as they are breaching human rights by showing thier farse to innocent by-standers


  • Farse


  • as it looks - fuckin arse

    usualy to define something bad


  • Farse


  • as [barse] but on a female, the bit between the fanny and the arse


  • Farse


  • The best british ska/skacore band i have ever heard!! And probably the most under-rated!! Recently split, But not before playing a legendary sell-out last gigg at the Birmingham Academy, wich quite literally kicked my ass.

    Im sure they would have made it big, and hope they do well in whatever they put their minds to.


  • Farse


  • one of the best ska bands EVER


  • Farse


  • stroger than hatred. having so much hate that hate doesn't begin to describe how much you hate a person.


  • Farse


  • Farse - Fat Arse


 

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