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bonk

(bɔŋk)
1. tv. to strike one’s head. He bonked his head on the shelf.
2. tv. to strike someone on the head. I bonked John on the head.
3. tv. & in. to copulate [with] someone. (Usually objectionable.) She bonked him all night. At least that’s what he said.
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RICH TEASE: Unbeknown to the prim maid and her friend, a couple engage in a bit of bonking under the branch, while two randy dogs gatecrash the party in the heat of a summer's afternoon.
Nickname: Bonking Boris; Age: 43; Education: Eton and Oxford; Style: Heavyweight buffoon; Former job: Management consultant (for one week); Hobbies: Insulting cities
For your information: There is such a thing called Pay Per View, which allows you to watch attractive people bonking.
Nine hundred people all bonking away - imagine that.
Dozens of worn-out toads have been washed up on the banks of a beauty spot after BONKING to death.
A STRUGGLING rugby team faces a complete bonking ban - after a no-sex policy produced their first win of the season.
First, according to our spies, Ali doesn't turn up for his own election win because he's too busy bonking in the car park.
Instead of bonking the night away the 50-year-old found himself lying in pain and surrounded by giggling nurses.
His boyish good looks also landed him the part of bonking Barry in The Locksmith.
The bouncing Czechs will be allowed to go bonking as a reward for reaching the last eight of Euro 96.
Despite his advancing years, Elton's voice holds up - although he wisely avoids the high notes - even if a between-tunes gag about bonking his piano prompts a tumbleweed moment.
There is masses of horse bonking in my book because it is all about stallions.
In the last few weeks he has started bonking with his partner very loudly in the middle of the night.
MEDICS had to separate a bonking bride and best man at her wedding.