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Definition funny of Obon:
An authority figure with excessively large body proportions. Its gender is not known. Its main diet includes cheeses of any sort,(ex. Parmigiano Reggiano, Provelone, Pecorino, etc.) cured meats of the fatty variety,(ex. Prosciuto Parma, soppressata, capicollo, etc.) and anything else, edible or non-edible, that can be forced down its throat. Its main habitat is its own room, which it has coated in a thick layer of extra-virgin olive oil to ease movement. Its main mode of transportation is to lie flat on its stomach and slide about in a penguin-like fashion. Its immense size acts as a barrier between it and looking like a regular human being from which it has mutated. Its sole purpose in life is to demoralize adolescent humans and to destroy any self esteem that that may exist in an individual. Its main offences are brutally dry sarcasm and condescendence. It is a repulsive species, and would never be desirable to have in one's company.
Oh my god! That lady is huge! I hope she’s like my grandma and not an Obon. What an Obon. I pity the fools that actually have to interact with her regularly. Leave me alone mom! Stop being an Obon.
Songs about Obon:
Obon Two-Five by Hiroshima from the Album Obon
Obon (Album Version) by Hiroshima from the Album Go
Miss Hamilton of Auchincruive - The Bonnie Lass O'bon Accord by Sue Richards from the Album Morning Aire
Bonnie Lass O'Bon by Jimmy Shand Jr. from the Album Scottish Accordion Dance - The Ceilidh Collection
Bonnie Lass O'Bon by Jimmy Shand Jr. from the Album Welcome To Scotland - 40 Favourites From Scotland
Bonnie Lass O'Bon Accord by McBain's Scottish Dance Band from the Album Scottish Country Dances (Digitally Remastered)
Bonnie Lass O'Bon Accord by Scottish Pipe Band from the Album Jigs Waltzes & Reels
Books about Obon:
Japanese Children's Day and the Obon Festival (Best Holiday Books) by Dianne M. MacMillan (Jun 1997)
Obon (Multicultural Celebrations) by Ruth Suyenaga and Yoshi Miyake (Apr 1993)
Obôn defiende a la Somexfon.(Juan Ramôn Obôn Leôn)(Sociedad Mexicana de Productores de Fonogramas, Videogramas... by Roberto Ponte (Nov 16, 2010)
Noches de Obon (Spanish Edition) by La Pereza Ediciones and María José Rivera (Sep 22, 2013)
O-bon in Chimunesu: A Community Remembered by Catherine Lang (Jul 1, 2002)
Obon: The Festival Of the Dead by Terry Watada (Oct 15, 2006)
El fallo de la Suprema Corte sí afecta el derecho de autor: Ramón Obón.(J. Ramón Obón León, exdirector de la Sociedad... by Armando Ponce (Jul 28, 2005)
Wiki information Obon:
Obon or just Bon is a Japanese Buddhist custom to honor the spirits of one's ancestors. This Buddhist-Confucian custom has evolved into a family reunion holiday during which people return to ancestral family places and visit and clean their...
Ramón Obón is a screenwriter.