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badge bunny

A woman who is exclusively or primarily attracted to those who wear a badge on the job, such as policemen or firemen. There is one woman who seems to appear whenever I am out on duty; I think she's a bit of a badge bunny.
See also: badge, bunny

bunny girl

A waitress or hostess at a club, bar, or restaurant who wears sexually suggestive clothing with accessories resembling that of a bunny (for instance, rabbit-shaped ears and a fluffy cotton tail). It's degrading having to work as a bunny girl to pay for college, but it will be worth it once I have my degree.
See also: bunny, girl

bunny hop

1. noun A short hop or jump made from a slightly crouched position, likened to the hop of a rabbit. He looks absolutely ridiculous doing those bunny hops on the dance floor.
2. noun A short, jerky movement forward in a vehicle. I almost stalled the car during my driving test, but after a little bunny hop, I was able to keep the car moving.
3. noun A small jump executed on a bicycle while standing on the pedals. Kids like to go to the vacant lot to practice their bunny hops.
4. noun An obstacle on a mountain bike or other cycling course that is cleared by jumping over it without dismounting. He fell on the first bunny hop. I don't think he's cut out for professional racing.
5. noun A minute jump made by a figure skater to gain speed during or before a maneuver. After a quick bunny hop, the skater proceeded to execute a stunning triple axel.
6. verb To hop or jump forward from a slightly crouched position, likened to the hop of a rabbit. He looks absolutely ridiculous bunny hopping like that on the dance floor.
7. verb Of or in a vehicle, to move jerkily forward a short distance. I almost stalled the car during my driving test, but it just bunny hopped a bit, and I was able to keep the car moving.
8. verb On a bicycle, to hop or jump into the air while standing on the pedals. Kids like to go to the vacant lot to practice bunny hopping.
9. verb To clear an obstacle on a mountain bike or other cycling course by jumping over it without dismounting. He fell after his first attempt to bunny hop. I don't think he's cut out for professional racing.
10. verb Of a figure skater, to execute a minute jump made so as to gain speed during or before a maneuver. After bunny hopping, the skater proceeded to execute a stunning triple axel.
See also: bunny, hop

bunny hug

1. A sweatshirt with a hood and large front pockets. The term is not used outside the province of Saskatchewan in Canada. Primarily heard in Canada. I love this bunny hug, it's so warm and comfortable.
2. A ballroom dance characterized by a syncopated, ragtime rhythm, popular in the US in the early 1900s. Primarily heard in US, South Africa. Although it's not as popular as other dances anymore, I still enjoy doing the bunny hug.
See also: bunny, hug

dumb bunny

A stupid, silly, or naïve person, usually used in an affectionate or endearing (if condescending) manner. Ah, don't mind him; he's just a dumb bunny, but he is harmless. Oh, my darling! You are the sweetest dumb bunny I've ever known.
See also: bunny, dumb

gym bunny

Someone who is obsessively preoccupied with maintaining or improving his or her physique and thus spends a large amount of time at the gym to do so. After recovering from his surgery, John spent a lot of time at the gym getting his body back into shape. Now he's turned into a total gym bunny.
See also: bunny, gym

(as) quick as a bunny

Incredibly quickly or speedily. Quick as a bunny, Mary finished her exam and raced out of the classroom.
See also: bunny, quick

dust bunny

 and a dust kitten; a turkey's nest
Kg. a clump of dust and lint. She swept the dust bunnies out from under the bed. There's a huge dust kitten behind the chiffarobe. He hasn't cleaned in weeks. There are turkey's nests in every corner.
See also: bunny, dust

*quick as a wink

 and *quick as a flash; *quick as (greased) lightning; *swift as lightning
very quickly. (*Also: as ~.) As quick as a wink, the thief took the lady's purse. I'll finish this work quick as a flash. Quick as greased lightning, the thief stole my wallet.
See also: quick, wink

quick like a bunny

really quick. Now's your chance. Do it! Quick like a bunny!
See also: bunny, like, quick

snow bunny

 
1. someone learning to ski. This little slope is for snow bunnies. Most of the snow bunnies come here to socialize.
2. a young, attractive female at a skiing lodge. some cute little snow bunny came over and sat beside me. This place is swarming with snow bunnies who have never even seen a ski.
See also: bunny, snow

fuck like bunnies

  (American taboo)
if people fuck like bunnies they produce too many babies very quickly Ten kids! Those people fuck like bunnies.
See also: bunny, fuck, like

not be a happy camper

  (British & American humorous) also not be a happy bunny (British humorous)
to be annoyed about a situation Her computer crashed an hour ago and she's lost a morning's work - she's not a happy camper.
See also: camper, happy

dumb bunny

A stupid person, as in She was a bit of a dumb bunny but very nice. This expression implies some toleration or endearment of the person. [c. 1920]
See also: bunny, dumb

quick as a wink

Also, quick as a bunny or a flash . Very speedily, as in He was out of here quick as a wink, or She answered, quick as a bunny. These similes have largely replaced the earlier quick as lightning, although quick as a flash no doubt alludes to it (also see like greased lightning), and quick as thought, now obsolete. The bunny variant dates from the mid-1800s, the others from the late 1800s.
See also: quick, wink

beach bunny

n. a young woman who frequents beaches. This little beach bunny bounced up and offered to put lotion on me.
See also: beach, bunny

bed-bunny

1. n. a young female who will copulate with any male. Willy says he’s looking for a nice warm bed-bunny.
2. n. a female who enjoys sex immensely. Wanda turned out to be a hot bed-bunny even though she had seemed sort of dull.

blouse bunnies

n. the (covered) female breasts. He couldn’t keep his eyes off her busy little blouse bunnies.
See also: blouse, bunny

cuddle bunny

n. a female lover. All you want is a cuddle bunny with big tits! Grow up, Maxwell Wilson!
See also: bunny, cuddle

dumb bunny

n. a stupid person; an oaf. Who’s the dumb bunny in the double-knits?
See also: bunny, dumb

fuck bunny

and FB
n. someone who just loves to copulate. (Usually a female. Taboo. Usually objectionable.) She’s a real fuck bunny, isn’t she?
See also: bunny, fuck

hockey-whore

and puck bunny
n. a kind of groupie that follows hockey players. (Puck bunny is a play on fuck bunny.) She doesn’t like the game, she’s just a hockey-whore. Just a cheap, skanky puck bunny, that’s her!

puck bunny

verb
See also: bunny, puck

snow bunny

1. n. someone learning to ski. Most of the snow bunnies come here to socialize.
2. n. a female skier. This place is swarming with snow bunnies who have never even seen a ski.
3. n. a cocaine user. How can these suburban snow bunnies afford such big habits?
See also: bunny, snow
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