Common last name for crazy little asians who like math and girls. Usually denoted by a combination of style and semi flamboyant homosexuality. But beneath it all is a man of steel who tends to wow women with his charm, and of course his last name.
"I hear fok went into business"
"yeah his company is called fok soft"
"yeah he never liked it hard"
I WILL FOK FOR PRESIDENT
An unfortunate asian last name that, although common in China, is laughed by English speaking mofos because of its resemblence to the work fuck. However, because the Fok people have endured the name calling all their childhood and early adulthood, it makes them all down to earth cool people. Biatch.
Sam Fok is so awesome I want to have his babies.
Fok, used by South African (Afrikaans speaking) people meaning Fuck. It can be used in too many ways to mention like the word fuck.
Fok jou! - Fuck you!
Nou is ek gefok! - Now I'm fucked!
Ek het op gefok! - I fucked up!
O fok! - O fuck!
Ek gaan jou op fok! - I'm going to fuck you up!
Fokker - Fucker
Jou klein fokker. - You little fucker.
acting in a way to cause problems or conflict without knowing the consequences or acting in a way that can obviously piss someone off intentionally or cause unintentional conflict
Don't Fo'K around!!!
fok (pronunciation: fuh) (noun/adj/verb/adverb/all) 1. --noun .
something that should never be given. 2. –noun . an act of sexual
intercourse. 3. —Verb phrases . fok around; fok off; fok up 4. Slang .
(used to express anger, disgust, annoyance, impatience, peremptory
rejection, etc., often fol. by ... a pronoun, as you or it. ) 5. Idiom .
give a fok, Slang . to care; be concerned.
I don't give a fok!
See also Fuck. Can be used in any for of anger or rudeness. Please feel free to use it at your disposal. It is quite enjoyable, just like the word cunt. Which you should look up also.
I wanna go get some fokin pizza, CUNT!
1. To thrust.
2. To penetrate.
3. To conquer.
I want to fok somebody up.
Folks who are fucks.
"The foks at table nine are really getting on my last nerve."
When appropriate, use foks in place of folks, but make it subtle.
Example: You are a hostess at a restaurant. In walks a couple. You proceed to say "Hi folks, table for two?" However, if that same couple has an attitude problem or is in anyway rude, make it sound more like "Hi fucks" simply by stating "Hi foks, table for two?" They will never pick up on the subtly but as the same time you will reap the satisfaction of knowing you just insulted them.