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Faq
A "fag" that has gone beyond the state of being a fag. This is a super fag which annoys people, acts in a homosexual way, or is so full of himself that he morphs into something beyond a fag. The amount of sh*t and self confidence a person must possess to achieve this state is astronomical, but usually happens to high school jocks or celebrites. Examples....Kanye West, George Clooney, Lebron James, Chad Ocho Cinco.
Dude that stripper does not think you're hot. You're such a faq!
by ChrisCoolKatt May 12, 2010
 
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FAQ
1. Most commonly used as Frequently Asked Question.
2. Faggot Ass Bitch (real definition)
Ashton Kutcher is a FAQ
by Mrs. Ben Dover October 10, 2009
 
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FAQ
A kinder, gentler way to write fuck you without actually writing fuck you
"hey jordan, what's that say on your shirt?"

"FA-Q"

"I was just asking..."
by TheNubulizer July 12, 2005
 
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FAQ
Misspelling of the word "fag".
Man, dude's being a huge faq.
by The Incredible Dorga January 18, 2009
 
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faq
Frequently Asked Questions and those who asked a question in the FAQ may get attacked by zealous FAQ enforcers with a variety of methods including castration.
from www.warcraftiii.net

Seriously, read the FAQ before we hunt you down and castrate you!

And this to appease the bugged minimum message length.
by KrewL RaiN February 17, 2005
 
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FAQ
Fairly Annoying Questions that a large proportion of people have and ask all the time.
This is the Fairly Annoying Questions page of our website.
by Alexander Soffronow December 13, 2003
 
21.
faq
(pronounced ‘fack’)

A walkthrough for a particular video-game or specific section of a particular video-game. Because of the long amount of time that it has been used in this fashion (its originations still lying in ‘Frequently Asked Questions’), it is now becoming appropiate to spell it in the lowercase and pronounce it(when used in this way) as ‘fack’(rather than ‘eff-ay-kyoo’). Just like the word (no longer an acronym in the truest sense) ‘milf’ doesn’t have to be spelled-out ‘MILF’ in all-capital letters--even though when it was still a new word it was.

Note that an ‘F.A.Q.’ as used in the traditional sense when pertaining to a list of ‘frequently-asked question’ or a variant of the like can be referred-to as simply ‘Q&As’ to help elminate the now-present small bit of ambiguity regarding the two kinds of ‘FAQs’\‘faqs’. Note also that you can be reading *a* faq (such as one for a videogame), but checking over *an* FAQ (such as a list of questions if you are confused about something), due to the difference in pronounciation between the two.

Plural form: faqs.
The top two websites for video-game faqs on my list are GameFAQs.com and IGN.com, with Neoseeker following closely behind.
by Victor Van Styn October 05, 2005