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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
by scott wallis June 09, 2006

Words related to malonkers

bonkers crazy exciting extraordinary melonkers scary