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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
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Club 69 was one of the more up-market of the city establishments, offering a Chinese restaurant, top star cabaret, a cocktail bar and high-stake gambling in the form of roulette and card games - while the Bunny Girls were an added bonus.
She had also been a bunny girl at Southport's Kingsway Theatre, where she introduced such stars as Tom Jones.
PLAYBOY: Best was a regular club visitor in the Seventies NOW: Pauline is a top radiography tutor at Bangor University X-RAY-TED: Pauline in her Bunny Girl days
THIS fancy-dress Bunny Girl is wanted by police after people were attacked on a train.
The next night housemates were rewarded for passing a task with a Playboy-style party, in which all the women wore Playboy bunny girl outfits.
Kayla was dressed in a sexy pink bunny girl outfit complete with floppy ears at the LA bash.
O'Shea throws a pale blazer over a naughty, Bunny girl T-shirt and saves the day.
Melbourne, March 27 (ANI): Women have been offered a chance to own their very own Playboy Bunny Girl outfit for the first time after owner Hugh Hefner agreed to produce a limited edition.
He had his heart broken by a Playboy bunny girl called Lynn, then married actress Tessa Wyatt in 1972.
The bunny girl sports a figure-hugging milk chocolate swim suit,white chocolate bunny ears, chocolate shoes, cuffs and a bow tie.
Val throws Sharon the tackiest of hen nights, with bunny girl outfits for everyone (including Paul).
The person coming in for most stick on the internet forums is Nikki, who raised the hackles of a million plain schoolgirls by arriving in a bunny girl outfit and has not helped herself since by acting like the classic spoiled princess.
Indeed, hearing retired English rabbits reminiscing over their bob-tailed days in The Bunny Girl (Channel 4) was rather like a vicarage coffee morning with former debs and respectable ladies of the manor.
A number of women MPs had objected to Top Totty with its picture of a bunny girl.
HUNDREDS of Scots girls have pulled on the famous bunny girl costume over the decades.