A typical rhyme as created by the one and only AEB, maestro of parrotrap productions. A typical 'bonch is a rhyme of anywhere from 2 to any number of lines, usually rhyming on alternate lines, but not always, and occasionally freeform non-rhyming verse. The content may be about anything, but usually contains obscure historical references, fragments of personal writings of others creepily stolen off of their webpages, perverse sexual references, and the obligatory autistic metaphors, similies, non-sequiturs, and allusions that make a bandyret bonch such a rich art form. An excellent example of one is as follows (this is in the form of a limerick):
There once was a boner named speed,
Who straw an incredible screed,
he dank in the pop,
with a whizz and a lop,
and crew it all tooty and weed;
Another form of bandyret bonch is the rap rhyme, usually quite rhythmic and also quite non-sensical to the average person. An example is as follows:
poison, get your noise on,
away from this noisome
nuisance. Now, dance, dance,
pants yo' ants; zoo-e, crewy
too. Da bald man dance as
fast as France; did-n't
you wish you could, too?
(Toucan Sam, he's yer man!)
(please note that this and all bandyret bonches are copyright 2005-6-whenever Parrotrap Productions, inc. and using one or more without permission from said organization (or at least giving proper credit as to author and publisher) gives them permission to prosecute to the fullest extent of the law.)
person 1: "Only in L.A., a psychadelic day..."
person 2: "Ohohohohohoh Ohmygawd! You're starting my favorite bandyret bonch; I LOOOOOVE this one!"