Definition funny of Blons:


urbanThats totally Blon

urbanThis word was created in Bristol (UK) and is used to mean Blaze On! it can be used many ways but ultimately as a way of asking a person if they are interested in smoking a large reef or many large reefs

urbanyo man Blon? hell ye man Blon Blon Blon!!

urbanthe scottish word for shorty

urbanfaz ur blon noo then?


Songs about Blons:

songsJole Blon by Queen Ida & Her Zydeco Band from the Album Caught In The Act

songsBuck's Nouvelle Jole Blon by Buckwheat Zydeco from the Album Ultimate Collection: Buckwheat Zydeco

songsJole Blon (Pretty Blond) by Harry Choates from the Album The History of American Country & Western Music Vol. 1 with Classic Songs from the Carter Family, Jimmie Rodgers, And Hank Williams

songsJole Blon by Gary U.S. Bonds from the Album The Best Of Gary U S Bonds

songs(Our Own) Jole Blon by Doug & Rusty Kershaw from the Album Best Of Doug Kershaw & Rusty Kershaw

songs(Our Own) Jole Blon by Doug Kershaw Rusty Kershaw from the Album Essential Masters '55-'62

songsJole Blon by Isaac Payton Sweat from the Album Cotten Eyed Joe, Schottish - Jole Blon & Other Bandstand Favorites


Books about Blons:

booksJolie Blon's Bounce by James Lee Burke (Oct 1, 2003)

booksA Dave Robicheaux Ebook Boxed Set: Jolie Blon's Bounce, Last Car to Elysian Fields, Crusader's Cross by James Lee Burke (Apr 5, 2011)

booksJolie Blon's Bounce: A Novel by James Lee Burke (Dec 6, 2014)

booksJolie Blon's Bounce by James Lee Burke (2003)

booksOriginal New Jole Blon by Harry Choates (Apr 25, 2013)

booksJolie Blon's Bounce by James Lee Burke (2002)

booksGravures Par Michel Le Blon - Engravings of Michel Le Blon by Michel Le Blon (Jun 30, 2012)


Wiki information Blons:

City/Town/Village, Statistical region, Location, Dated location

Blons is a municipality in the district of Bludenz in Austrian state of Vorarlberg.

Harry Blons
Musical Artist, Person

Harry Blons was an American jazz clarinetist from Minnesota. He performed with the touring groups of Hal McIntyre, Red Nichols, and Red Dougherty. He had performed with jazz combos in Saint Paul and Minneapolis.