Used in conjunction with the word 'bonkers
' to exaggerate the point of an items or situations level of being bonkers.
Believed to have originated in the Burton on Trent area of UK when the originator either required his/her point to be exaggerated or could not think of another word that rhymed with bonkers.
‘last night was bonkers malonkers’ – the previous nights events were, indeed, crazy/ exciting/ extraordinary.
‘That girl is bonkers malonkers’ – the girl is a little crazy
abv: twatting away the hours.
spending your working day doing anything but work until lunch/ home time. Usually on some social networking site/ ebay etc. (see: check your vitals
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