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Definition funny of Bunyard:
A Bunyard ( Adj: Bun-yard ) A person who lives in a shithole. A Bunyard does not care about personal appearances. In fact they will choose to dress in a way that they are hidden amongst their own filth within their burrow. The term Bunyard derives from ancient texts within Saxon times and refers to the fact that food was thrown into the 'yard' or more appropiate named courtyard. As time past anyone of a much higher standing then commented on the fact that food was littering and the stench was bad. More to date a Bunyard will more commonly be found in poor dietry health and will usually be obese. This is because of the amount of buns and cakes they eat. Most frequently they will wear the same outfits for several weeks, this enables them to use the maximum amount of cloth that can be used to wipe their mouths and drop food down. YOu will always notice a Bunyard firstly by a very foul odour lingering in the air.
OMG!!! What's that stench? Oh, that must be a Bunyard
Books about Bunyard:
Catalogue of Fruit Trees Cultivated by George Bunyard & Co., Royal Nurseries: 1898-99  by George Bunyard & Co. Royal Nurseries (Dec 15, 2009)
The Downright Epicure: Essays on Edward Bunyard by Edward Wilson (Mar 1, 2007)
The Honest Persuaders (paperback) by Bunyard, John (2011) (0100)
Anatomy of Dessert: With a Few Notes on Wine (Modern Library) Modern Library Pbk Edition by Edward A. Bunyard... (0100)
Catalogue of fruit trees cultivated by George Bunyard & Co., Royal Nurseries, 1898-99 by George & Co. Royal Nurseries Bunyard (Oct 15, 2010)
Marion A. Bunyard et al., Petitioners, v. Jo Anne Franco, Administratrix, Etc., et al. U.S. Supreme Court Transcript... by W W BASSETT (Oct 30, 2011)
Catalogue of Fruit Trees Cultivated by George Bunyard & Co., Royal Nurseries, 1898-99 by Bunyard George &. Co Royal Nurseries (Jan 28, 2013)
Wiki information Bunyard:
Edward Ashdown Bunyard was a wealthy food writer and apple enthusiast famous for the books The Anatomy Of Dessert, A Handbook of Hardy Fruits, and The Epicure's Companion. His favourite apple was Orleans Reneitte which he enjoyed with port wine at...
Graham Stuart Bunyard is a former cricketer who played first-class cricket from 1959 to 1963. A fast bowler, Bunyard made his first-class debut for Transvaal in the 1959-60 season, on the day before he turned 20. His first two wickets were Denis...