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  • Loved the running mildew gag and the whole idea of a ghostly bunny-boiler.

    DUMPING THE DEAD • by Barbara A. Barnett

  • Late to the party, but that totally happened to me this summer … and I freaked the hell out on the dude … like bunny-boiler nutso.

    Beauty, Like A Dial-Hand | Her Bad Mother

  • Everything about it was wrong, from the heavy, burnt sweetness to the prominent anise note to the bunny-boiler name.

    Caron Aimez Moi: Perfume Review

  • Late to the party, but that totally happened to me this summer... and I freaked the hell out on the dude... like bunny-boiler nutso.

    Beauty, Like A Dial-Hand

  • Anyway, there seemed to be a lot of trouble made about wanting to remain friends, although subsequent efforts at this have been laden with “new boyfriend” references as though I am a predatory bunny-boiler on the hunt for any window in.

    …owning ‘fabulous’ « Sven’s guide to…

  • She was an emotional loose cannon and he would have to disengage from her with the utmost delicacy or she would turn into what he had heard called a bunny-boiler.

    High Society

  • Meredith had heard that Cristina was such a bunny-boiler that a scared Dr. Burke even had to leave the state.

    The Full Feed from

  • Occasionally we'd bump into his ex who'd dumped him and I'd catch her giving me these bunny-boiler type looks across crowded rooms.

    The Guardian World News

  • In truth, the film's most enduring legacy was less any significant curtailment in philandering (which quite obviously continues apace) than the introduction of the derogatory expression "bunny-boiler" into the popular lexicon, these days used routinely to describe any woman who refuses to creep away in quiet disgrace after the end of an affair. news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • She seems like a really fun gal for a bunny-boiler.

    Cracked: All Posts


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  • a woman driven by jealousy to extraordinary actions. Derives from the Alex Forrest character (played by Glenn Close) in Fatal Attraction (1987)

    July 24, 2008