Definition funny of Bunders:

urbanUk slang, common in private schools. Bunder is a portmanteau of the words banter and chunder, and used to mean vomit/to vomit. Usually refers to vomiting after a fun night of heavy drinking and partying (hence the inclusion of the word 'banter').

urban"I was so trashed after last night that I bundered in the taxi on the way home!"

urbanAn article of clothing that is worn under ones pants, shorts etc.. worn by a male toddler, child. To cover ones buttox in a cotton material. UnderRoos are an undershirt with matching Bunders.

urbanWhen getting dressed, you must first put on your undershirt, Bunders and then your pants.

urbanIn the UK, this word takes the meaning of vomiting.

urban"I'm going to bunder on my birthday, whether my parents are there or not!" - Man in the gym yesterday.

urbanSomeone who acts like an ass..but jokingly and is funny. Usually people appreciate there assery, not to mention ass


Songs about Bunders:

songsB√ľnder Jodel (Music from the Swiss Mountains) by World Music from the Album Music of Europe, Set #2

songsBunder by Father from the Album Eight Track

songsInsaan the Pahle Bunder by Shanti Mathur from the Album Son of India (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

songsRound Bunder (Original Mix) by Zaraus from the Album Atom Schmelter


Books about Bunders:

booksBlook of Bunders by Jr. Bill Bryson and Arnie Levin (1982)

books"The Taj at Apollo Bunder" by Charles and Sharada Dwivedi Allen (2010)

booksDas Ichmerzliche Bunder (German Edition) by Ilfe Reicke (Nov 17, 2009)

booksA Coastal Ecosystem and a People in Peril:: The Story of Keti Bunder in Pakistan by Aneel Salman (Jul 9, 2011)

booksEconomy of Madhya Pradesh Narmada Dam, Ks Oils, Bunder Project, Gun Carriage Factory Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh... by Books Llc (2010)

booksDas Bunder Des Fliegens by Franz Ludwig Reher (1936)



Wiki information Bunders:

Mountain, Location, Geographical Feature

The Bunderspitz is a mountain of the Bernese Alps, located between Adelboden and Kandersteg in the canton of Bern. The summit can be reached by a trail from both sides.

Musical Recording, Canonical Version