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The proper English phrase for telling someone to put something somewhere.
Thomas: "Do you have any dirty laundry to put in the wash?"
Alex: "Yes."
Thomas: "Go on then! Bung it in!"
*Alex standing with his suitcase outside the car*
Thomas: "Go on! Bung it in!"
by al-xbitch June 27, 2017
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The phrase 'Bung it' can be used when telling someone to be quiet or shut their mouth. Like how a bung is used in science to close a test tube to stop any chemicals coming out.
Susan: "All she ever does it slag me off!"

John: "Oh susan bung it will you?!"
by bungit January 14, 2020
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The one who strikes fear and dread into the hearts of men. The conqueror of worlds and defiler of widows. He who shall see his enemies’ heads on spikes and their children his slaves. If you hear Bungit’s name mentioned, it is likely used in hushed tones and with reverence.
Guy 1: Hey, how’s the family?
Guy 2: Not doing well, Bungit came to my village.
Guy 1: Ah, my condolences. You’re lucky to escape with your life.
Guy 2: Yea I know, looks like I need to find a new family, smh.
by 69Swampass69 December 26, 2020
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