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Numerology information Bearfoot:
Name Number: 1 Meaning: Individual, Masculine, Logic, Self, Active, Leadership, Initiative, Assertive
Definition funny of Bearfoot:
(n.): the foot of a bear. Often indicates a big foot. A misspelling of barefoot.
That guy has a bearfoot; kill him.
The act of shoving ur bare/naked foot into the rectum of a bear, thus having a bear on your foot. Can also be used to describe a sexual act of similair nature, only with another human being
My foot was cold. So I went and perfomed bearfoot.
Songs about Bearfoot:
Bearfoot by DoubleDouble from the Album Sprng Brkrz
Bearfoot by Little Creatures from the Album The Naiad EP
Clay Bearfoot by Hawks With Rockets from the Album Ouroboros [Explicit]
Dancing Bearfoot by Jon Baz from the Album Looking At Me
I See a Bearfoot Bear by Brent Holmes from the Album Fun Tunes For Teachers
Books about Bearfoot:
The Wheels on the Bus (Bearfoot Singalong) by Melanie Willamson and Amador Family (Aug 2014)
Bearfoot: A Northbounder E-mails from the Appalachian Trail by Patrick Pittard (Jul 1, 2005)
Dinosaur Block Puzzle (Bearfoot) by Barefoot Books and Clare Beaton (Sep 1, 2010)
Around the World 100 Piece Puzzle (Bearfoot) by Barefoot Books and Christopher Corr (Sep 1, 2010)
Bryan W. Nickerson, Jr., Petitioner, v. the Bearfoot Sole Co., Inc., et al. U.S. Supreme Court Transcript of Record... by BRYAN W NICKERSON, EVERETT R HAMILTON and Additional Contributors (Oct 29, 2011)
Nutshell News Magazine - For the Complete Miniatures Hobbyist, August 1987 - Bearfoot on Bonnie Beach by Multiple Contributors (1987)
Bear-foot lime / Medved-lipovaya noga by unknown (2010)
Wiki information Bearfoot:
Bearfoot is a post-bluegrass band that started in Alaska in 1999 as Bearfoot Bluegrass. The original all-Alaskan band competed in and won the 26th annual Telluride Bluegrass band contest in 2001, and returned the following year to perform in the...
Bearfoot was a Juno Award-nominated Canadian rock band, founded by Jim Atkinson, Terry Danko, Dwayne Ford, Hugh Brockie and Brian Hilton. Initially going by "Atkinson, Danko and Ford", they changed their name out of practicality and because they...