Definition funny of Tomonori:

urbana cow fucker. A tomonori is a rare breed of pokemon that you get when sacrificing a 5 year old who's not a virgin and 3 bowls of cup ramen to the great god of interspecies sex. In legends passed down among bovine heredity, the tomonori is the boogy man of cows. It hides in the grass, and at night, jumps out to assail young cows from behind, howling into the night over the moos of its prey. It's species is closely related to the yusuke, pronounced (YOU-SOO-KEY), although the yusuke possesses fragments of what resembles what was once a functioning brain. A tomonori is also the name of a small pimple in the pelvic region that grows hairs up to 10 feet long and changes color according to the amount of ramen being eaten in anime plots around the world, earning it the official title : penis wrinkle pronounced (tomonori)

urbanOH Shizz! a tomonori!


Books about Tomonori:

booksTomonori: Webster's Timeline History, 1965 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Aug 19, 2010)

booksTomonori Toyofuku by I. Haryu (Jan 1, 1973)

booksTomonori Nishigori: Dreams in Disconnected Time (May 2003)

booksUrushibara Tomonori Portfolio (full) (Paperback) (Traditional Chinese Edition)

booksTomonori Toyofuku. Catalogo della mostra (Cortina d'Ampezzo, 18 febbraio-5 marzo 1973) by Ichiro Haryu (Jan 1, 1973)

booksTomonori Toyofuku by TOYOFUKU Tomonori (1968)

booksKengo Castle Kitabatake Tomonori Japanese Language Book by Akira Hukami Hiroshi (2006)


Movies about Tomonori:

moviesKore wa Zombie Desu ka? of The Dead Vol.2 Tomonori Yome Pillow Case Set -


Wiki information Tomonori:

Tomonori Maeda
Baseball Outfielder, Measured person, Athlete, Person, Baseball Player

Tomonori Maeda is a Japanese professional baseball player.

Ki no Tomonori
Author, Deceased Person, Person

Ki no Tomonori was an early Heian waka poet of the court, a member of the sanjūrokkasen or Thirty-six Poetry Immortals. He was a compiler of the Kokin Wakashū, though he certainly did not see it to completion as the anthology includes a eulogy to him...