- v. present participle of bop.
“Kids buy a bagfull and run up and down the Jardin bopping everyone and anyone on the head with the eggs, leaving confetti and eggshells streaming down their faces and backs, and then racing away from retaliation.”
“Chris, what do you think of that part of the story, that that one pirate was on the USS Bainbridge while the three others were still of course in that -- it was called the bopping cork earlier today, but that covered canopy, that life boat?”
“(Not because I found myself kind of bopping along to it … no … my face is the same color it was before, why do you ask?)”
“His repertoire of moves includes "bopping" the fragile bones on top of the foot ( "now you've got an attacker who's limping away"), or whipping it against the shins ( "hurts like the devil").”
“So, for some silly little fun, consider bopping over to MyBrute, a browser combat game that takes exactly zero skill, since the fights are automatic.”
“However, most people prefer to remain free agents -- bopping around from room to room or settling down in one of their favorites.”
“And bopping around the Sing-Off stage talking about shooting ourselves in the brain for someone or tying the person we love to a bed and setting the house on fire in order to ensure that she never loves anyone else, is normalizing some pretty disturbing behavior.”
“Now I love joyfully bopping around to Mars' "Just the Way You Are," but when you slow down and clearly enunciate the lyrics to "Grenade" your mind is filled with disturbing and violent imagery.”
“Everyone loves bopping the gopher on the head, who can resist those ads!”
“Eighties and nineties hits on satellite radio, jamming preschoolers, a head-bopping driver, Redneck Aunty crammed into the back seat with her Flip video and me recording it all for posterity and yucks.”
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