- n. A female given name.
- Originally an American nickname from Scottish bonnie "fine, beautiful". (Wiktionary)
“BONNIE SCHNEIDER, METEOROLOGIST: No. All right, thanks a lot, Bonnie.”
“Biologically speaking, Bonnie is almost the antithesis of the narrator.”
“She has been given fairly substantive plot developments, and come to think of it, I would so much more rather be watching the version of The Vampire Diaries where Bonnie is the protagonist.”
“Here in Bonnie Brae we have steady turnout, and are slightly ahead of where we expected to be at this point.”
“No Merideth, Bonnie is completely wrong (They should have made the girl who plays Bonnie in the show Merideth instead), Caroline is all wrong, KATHERINE is all wrong and Elena is all wrong.”
“Bonnie is an orangutan who has taught herself how to whistle.”
““Bonnie is definitely going to be faced with some challenges that she was not expecting,” Katerina Graham, who plays Bonnie on the show, told MTV News recently.”
“As Bonnie is leaving to pay the bill, Damon stops her.”
“Bonnie is having terrifying dreams about one of her ancestors.”
“(IE, Bonnie is not a petite ginger Druid descendant and Elena is not blond.) Do you worry that too many licenses have been taken in the transition from book to screen?”
Looking for tweets for Bonnie.