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Definition funny of Busher:
A busher is a term used in the 60's for a slacker. a person male or female that didn't carry their load such as a worker at McDonalds. generally a person that had to get a job or Dad would throw them out.
Would some one wake up that busher before he falls and breaks a leg. Fire that busher before the boss gets back. I get paid what, and that busher gets how much?
A female, not male, who does not shave and/or wax her pubic hair.
"Dude, I was in such a horney mood untill I felt further down her pants and felt her bush. Nasty Busher!!"
1) when you get so exhausted after oral sex your head falls into their bush (pubic hair)
Dave "how was your night Damien? " Damien "Was alright, got oral sex off jem but she was a busher"
A friend/close friend that distributes high grade Marijuana. Bushy = Friend Busher = Bushy+Pusher
Songs about Busher:
The Busher by N.I.L.F.I.S.C. from the Album Salzburger Nockerln
the busher by N.I.L.F.I.S.C. from the Album Bush it
Books about Busher:
Bushers: Ballplayers Drawn from Left Field: Graphic Novel by Ed Attanasio and Eric Gouldsberry (Oct 2, 2013)
You Know Me Al by Ring Lardner (Sep 11, 1991)
Bushers girl; a comedy in three acts by F. Roney.from old catalog Weir (Dec 31, 1915)
Big league busher by Joe Archibald (1963)
How to Become a Busher by Sam Enrico (Jul 26, 2014)
You Know Me Al A Bushers Letters
You Know Me Al: a Busher's Letters by Ring Lardner and Color Illus (1994)
Movies about Busher:
Reel Baseball 1920 NR - Runtime: 4 hrs 13 mins Starring: Charles Ray, Colleen Moore and Babe Ruth
Pinch Hitter / Busher 2011 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 51 mins Starring: Charles Ray, Colleen Moore, et al. Directed by: Jerome Storm and Victor Schertzinger
Wiki information Busher:
Busher was a thoroughbred racing filly. She was sired by War Admiral, the winner of the Triple Crown in 1937, and a son of Man o' War.
Ralph Harvey "Busher" Jackson was a Canadian professional ice hockey player. Jackson played 15 National Hockey League seasons between 1929 and 1944 for the Toronto Maple Leafs, New York Americans and Boston Bruins. He was a member of the famed Kid...