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Definition funny of Buffington:
An adjective which describes an attractive woman. (British Slang)
Jack: "So I hear you're getting a foreign exchange student." Ryan: "What of it?" Jack: "I hope she's buffington." Ryan: "Me too." Jack: "Dibs."
Buffington (buh-fing-tunn) — adj. 1. The need to let everyone know how large you are despite it being truthful or not. 2. Something extremely massive in size almost to mythical proportions. Buffingtonesque.
Example: The midget's tale about how he dunked the basketball was extremely buffington. Example: The Kracken dwarfed the island with it's Buffingtonesque girth.
a female with male parts aka a huge weeny (some are known to have extremely small weenies) these females like to show their weenies to everyone.
1: "are you a buffington?" 2: "yes." 1: "small or big?" 2: "small." 1: "ok, let me get my telescope." 2: "let's do this!"
Songs about Buffington:
Buffington Island, Ohio I by Patrick Stout from the Album Letters from a Dead Man [Explicit]
Buffington Island, Ohio II [Explicit] by Patrick Stout from the Album Letters from a Dead Man [Explicit]
Buffington Island, Ohio III by Patrick Stout from the Album Letters from a Dead Man [Explicit]
Shake! (feat. Earl Buffington) by Gianni Vancini from the Album Get Your Groove On
Books about Buffington:
First Language Lessons for the Well-Trained Mind: Level 4 Instructor Guide (First Language Lessons) By Jessie... by -Author- (Jan 22, 2008)
The Curious Disappearance of Fort Buffington, Cherokee County, Georgia 1838 - by Larry A. Vogt (May 8, 2014)
Carrying off the Cherokee: History of Buffington's Company Georgia Mounted Militia by John W Latty (Jul 2, 2011)
Treadway And Buffington Families by Nora Hawkins (Apr 10, 2013)
The Battle of Buffington Island by C. Stephen Badgley (Apr 23, 2011)
Swan Song Snippets A Memoir by Jane Buffington by Jane Buffington (Dec 20, 2013)
Buffington Castle by Eleanor Noyes Johnson (1962)
Wiki information Buffington:
Buffington is an unincorporated community in Cherokee County, Georgia, United States. It began as the location of Fort Buffington, one of the Cherokee Removal Forts used to contain the Cherokee before the beginning of the Trail of Tears in 1838....
James Lawrence Buffington was an American jazz, studio, and classical hornist. Buffington was a busy studio and jazz player on the French horn. He was an autodidact as a child, though his father played piano and trumpet. He graduated from the Eastman...