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bop

(bɑp)
1. tv. to strike someone or something. You wanna get bopped in the beezer?
2. n. a style of jazz popular in the 1940s. We heard some bop in an old movie.
3. n. a drug in pill form; a dose of a drug. (see also hit.) You gonna drop both of them bops?

drop a bop

tv. to take a drug in pill form. (see also bop.) Wanna come over and drop a bop or two?
See also: bop, drop
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Ritchie Valens is played by Tim Harwood, the Big Bopper by Simon Rawlings (another former cast member from Buddy the Musical), and Dion and the Belmonts features Steve Haliday singing songs such as Donna Prima Donna - and of course their biggest hit, Run-around Sue.
3, 1959, crash of a small plane that killed Holly, Bopper, and Valens as they were on their way to play a concert in Moorhead, Minn.
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This person is the bopper and is given a sock stuffed with soft material.
Bopper jokes became the norm, for alluding to the crazy, the wild, the frantic - and that's what they called us, because that's what we said.
As a living, singing wax museum of late fifties rock, with guest spots for impersonators of Ritchie Valens (Philip Anthony doing "La Bamba") and the Big Bopper (David Mucci with "Chantilly Lace"), Buddy is an object of both innocent fun and baleful fascination, depending on the degree to which you bought into the pop culture of the fifties.
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EVENTS 1959: Three young rock 'n' roll stars, including 22-year-old singer Buddy Holly, above, and the Big Bopper die when their plane crashes in the United States.
He joins Robinson, who'll be bringing us such hits as Peggy Sue and That'll Be The Day, as well as John-Simon Rawlings performing as The Big Bopper, Paul Lillie as Elvis and Johnny Curtiss as Roy Orbison.
The American hitmaker died in 1959 alongside Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper in a tragic plane crash, but their music lives on and is celebrated tomorrow with a celebration of hit songs ranging from It Doesn't Matter Anymore to the Big Bopper's Chantilly Lace and Ritchie's La Bamba.
Colin McGregor is spot-on with his performance as the decidedly animated Big Bopper.
Also on board were the Big Bopper - real name Jiles P Richardson - 28, and Ritchie Valens, 17.
when a plane crash claimed the lives of Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper.