The F Word. Yiddish Division.

I have an old college friend who uses the word friggin’ in every conversation. Even when he leaves messages on my phone, writes letters or sends emails, there’s always an “I can’t believe that friggin’ guy in my apartment” or an “I had such a friggin’ headache today” thrown in.

Sometimes he’ll pronounce it as frikkin’ or freakin’, always without the g, which the apostrophe replaces. And no one can correct him because it’s not a real word in the first place.


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