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Definition funny of Bruneau:
A redhaired sub-species of human. Responds to the names "Hey, fuckface" and "Yo, jerkass". Oftentimes found strapped to the roof of a car. Can be distinguished from other redhaired humans by it's love of 80's music, and extreme profanity.
Hey look! It's Bruneau taking a shat out of a moving car!
Songs about Bruneau:
Bruneau Canyon by Brenn Hill from the Album Rodeo Heaven
1st Part of the Set - Miss Brown's - Phillipe Bruneau's by Rich Sobel from the Album Kicking Horse Chestnuts
Bruneau: L'Attaque du moulin (Le jour tombe...) by Bertrand de Billy from the Album Viva Opéra !
Bruneau: L'Attaque du moulin (Le jour tombe...) by Bertrand de Billy from the Album French Opera Arias
A Few Words from Ed Bruneau (Live) [feat. Edmond A. Bruneau] by Abiqua from the Album Abiqua Live At Eastern Washington University
Hommage a Philippe Bruneau/Reel De Beloeil/Hommage a Gilles La by Tidal Wave/Raz-De-Maree from the Album Tidal Wave/Raz-De-Maree
Hommage à Philippe Bruneau / La Valse d'hiver by La Bottine Souriante from the Album La traversée de l'Atlantique
Books about Bruneau:
Bruneau: Webster's Timeline History, 1541 - 2007 by Philip M. Parker (Jun 3, 2008)
Bruneau-Kuna: Land use decisions summary and rangeland program summary by United States. Bureau of Land Management. Boise District Office. (Jan 1, 1983)
Bruneau, wild and scenic river: Study report by United States. Bureau of Outdoor Recreation. (Jan 1, 1975)
Bruneau Hot Springsnail: An entry from Gale's Beacham's Guide to Endangered Species: North America (2000)
The Origin of Agates, Thundereggs, Bruneau Jasper, Septaria & Butterfly Agates by Benjamin Martin Shaub (Sep 1989)
Bruneau Dunes Tiger Beetle Inventory, 1994, Technical Bulletin, Number 94-1 : . by C. W. et al. Baker (1994)
Bruneau Dunes Tiger Beetle Study 1994 and 1995, 1997, Technical Bulletin, Number 97-7 : . by C. W. et al. Baker (1997)
Movies about Bruneau:
Sharon Bruneau:Legs Workout 1994 NR - Runtime: 30 mins
Wiki information Bruneau:
Bruneau is an unincorporated community in Owyhee County in the southwestern part of the U.S. state of Idaho. The mouth of the Bruneau River is to the northwest and Bruneau Sand Dunes State Park is to the east.
Louis-Charles-Bonaventure-Alfred Bruneau was a French composer who played a key role in the introduction of realism in French opera. As a youth, Bruneau studied the cello at the Paris Conservatory, and played in the Pasdeloup orchestra. He soon began...