- n. Australia, informal A person with red hair, a redhead.
“Anyone sugesting any blouse wearing tight pant action can also tell my 115 Kilo bloodnut wharfy mate that it poofy to do flowers for weddings on the ping pong table.”
“Northwest, of course, intrigued enough to step through a strange gate into the past is more than capable of smelling a rat, along with being impressed by the bloodnut warrior.”
“Maybe dead is better than stuck in the hot Martian dry with a bloodnut and a monkey.”
“Greatetcgrannicicle now bloodnut alien people eater.”
“Greatetcgrannicicle now bloodnut alien people eater”
“What is going to happen when a beautiful voluptuous bloodnut babe aviatrix gets into the hands of an Arabian arch-villain?”
“Seattle - eat lunch at Salumi (309 Third Ave S, Seattle) run by the father of Mario Batali (rotund bloodnut American Italian celebrity chef of Food Network fame)”
“How well I remember the old bloodnut McDermott pushing off from the fence around the greyhound track at the Gabba and steaming in to let rip with his gunbarrel straight medium pacers.”
“The bloodnut has shone like a red-light special at the local disposal store in a below-par”
“The bloodnut will have to solve the insulation debacle where 5 people died (one old lady in Maitland everybody forgets about was killed in a burning house); the waste of money on the schools project where building construction companies ripped off the government, and all the other issues.”
Looking for tweets for bloodnut.