1 definition by mrpeachycat

From The Farkin Article
Used when quoting directly from an article in a discussion thread, as in FARK.COM
related:
RTFA: Read The Farkin Article, which can be a command or an announcement that you're on board.
DRTFA: Didn't Read The Farkin Article, as in, you couldn't be bothered and will assume to pick up the relevancy in the thread.
FTFA: "While his wife called police in Gravesend, Kent, Mark grappled with the teenager – who may have been attending a nearby party. He managed to flee but Mark chased him and marched him back to waiting cops."

Subscriber: He assaulted him a good distance away from his house. If it happened in the house then that's one thing but running him down when he's fleeing is premeditated assault.
by mrpeachycat November 04, 2007

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