Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of bonk.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I've also made the amateur mistake of packing too little food for the afternoon's ride, and find myself dangerously close to reaching what serious endurance athletes call "bonking"—a state of overwhelming fatigue that occurs when the body's glycogen stores become seriously depleted.

    Alpine Cycling Without (Much) Pain

  • Since "bonking" is a requirement of the "epic ride", wouldn't consuming enough pastries and brie be the best remedy?

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  • Group 3 - good training program, what to eat, how to stay motivated, music to keep you going, avoiding injury, swimming tips, how to not look like a drowning rat in the water, biking tips, running tips, avoiding "bonking"

    Writing Non-fiction Part 3

  • Calm prevailed and participants of the 2 hour long, mile and a half quest eventually went their separate ways, reassured that "bonking" on the ride home was unlikely.

    BikePortland.org » Front Page

  • For you, "bonking" no longer has a sexual connotation.

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  • Little did I know that in other parts of the Universe "bonking" means being fucked really hard and fast.

    thinking with my fingers

  • The pace was fast, but not so fast that I had to worry about bonking.

    The Trails of Redmond « PubliCola

  • State Farm says your chances of bonking a deer there in a one-year period is 1 in 39.

    Uncategorized Blog Posts

  • Among them is the monarch of horror, Stephen King, who may not have realised when he wrote in his new novel 11.22.63 "she leaned back and her head bonked on the door", that bonking has a more ribald meaning in the UK.Haruki Murakami, author of the 1Q84 trilogy, might also have thought better of calling one of his female characters Fukaeri.

    Bad sex awards: the contenders for a night at the In and Out

  • When they're not taking drugs and bonking each other in every imaginable combination, the kids become cartoon sleuths to solve a mysterious disappearance, looking for clues in their own terrifying dreams.

    Characters Attack

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  • You're right -- It IS bopped!
    *bonks self on head*

    December 4, 2009

  • It's bopping, not bonking, in the earworm now playing here.

    December 4, 2009

  • I always thought Little Bunny Foo Foo bopped instead of bonked.

    December 4, 2009

  • Especially when you do it to avocadoes.

    December 4, 2009

  • We've always said boinking, not bonking for sex. If you hit someone on the head, say with a rubber mallet, à la whack-a-mole, that would be bonking. Remember Little Bunny Foo-Foo?

    Little Bunny Foo-Foo
    Walking through the for - est
    Picking up the field mice
    And bonking them on the head.

    December 4, 2009

  • Never heard of your definitions - it means having sex - as in "they were bonking away like rabbits" etc

    December 4, 2009