To Bunnell (;’Verb)

Meaning “To Bunnell”: An action taken to deflect the unwanted and persistent attentions. Normally those of pavement charity sales people, Jehova’s witnesses or a vigorous sex-pest after all pleas of cease and desist have failed. Normally a final and drastic action when sanctioned; not to be used or be undertaken lightly.

Conjugation:
I Bunnell
You Bunnell
He Bunnells

We Bunnell
They Bunnell
Example in context: ”I thought we really had a moment at the party, but she bunnelled me like a kipper……………I feel like a right Mug”!!
by TallyY May 18, 2009

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