1 definition by Lucie Clay

Bonkey is a word derived from the aincent Lorgia language from the language classes of Hipperholme.

Directly translated into English it means:
a person who models ther lives on the teachings of the great nan of german classes.

The Beliefs of a bonkey.

Bonkey is a word derived from the aincent Lorgia language from the language classes of Hipperholme.

Directly translated into English it means:
a person who models ther lives on the teachings of the great nan of german classes.

The Beliefs of a bonkey.

A 'bonkey' believes in the teachings of the Great Nan of German classes. Once a year 'bonkeys make the sacred pilgramage on the sacred lorry to Alabama with a dead fish on their lap.with many toasters as an offering of hope that one day the stapels of planet Baxctergingernettonugget may come to E
While in Alabama the bonkey surrounds a cacti arth and challenge Noel Fielding to a war of style .While in Alabama the bonkey surrounds a cacti arth and challenge Noel Fielding to a war of style
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Ginger German teachers are exeptionally big bonkeys
作者 Lucie Clay 2008年1月01日

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