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Frosty or Frosties and similar may refer to:
- The adjective "frosty", meaning "frozen" or "covered with frost"
- "Frosty the Snowman", a Christmas song written by American Steve Rollins
- Frosty the Snowman (TV program), a 1969 animated television special based thereon
- Frosty (frozen dairy dessert), a frozen dairy dessert produced by the international fast food chain Wendy's
- Frostie Root Beer, a soft drink marketed by Intrastate Distributors Inc.
- Frosted Flakes, a sugared breakfast cereal produced by American multinational food processing corporation Kellogg's, known as Frosties in Europe
- The Frosties Kid, an advertisement for the cereal that aired in 2006 in the United Kingdom, the teenaged actor in it, or the Internet meme featuring it
- Frosties, a hard-boiled cola or fruit-flavored frosted candy sold in the United Kingdom by the Barratt brand
- Frostee Cream, a fictional company in the 1996 film Sling Blade
- Frosty Boy, a fictional advertising character in Australia and New Zealand
- Frosty (musician), a guitarist in the American hardcore band Chain of Strength
- Frostee Rucker, (b. 1983), an American football defensive end for the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League
- Frostee, a fictional prostitute in the Filipino comic strip Pugad Baboy
- Wayne "Frosty Freeze" Frost (1963–2008), a Puerto Rican old-school hip hop b-boy and breakdancer
- Glen "Frosty" Little (b. 1925), a circus clown who served with the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus for over 20 years
- Frosty (Aerosol burn), slang word that refers to the freezing of the skin using an aerosol spray
- Ulmus parvifolia 'Frosty', an ornamental variety of the tree Ulmus parvifolia
- All pages beginning with "Frosty"
- All pages with titles containing "Frosty"
- Frost (disambiguation)
- Frosty Leo Nebula
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