Wtf is a bunting?

#1MastaFlamezPosted 2/24/2013 4:39:00 PM
Topic. Oliver seems to get pretty pissed when people call him one, but it doesn't seem like much of an insult.
#2shironinjaPosted 2/24/2013 4:40:00 PM
ur a bunting.

lol.
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#3shironinjaPosted 2/24/2013 4:41:16 PM
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bye,_baby_Bunting

Bye, baby Bunting,
Father's gone a-hunting,
Mother's gone a-milking,
Sister's gone a-silking,
Brother's gone to buy a skin
To wrap the baby Bunting in.

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#4DjNaoPosted 2/24/2013 4:48:01 PM
shironinja posted...
ur a bunting.

lol.


Laughed way too hard.
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#5NotChris_HansenPosted 2/24/2013 4:49:04 PM
Bunting is what you call those rows of little flags you hang up at outdoor parties.
#6MastaFlamez(Topic Creator)Posted 2/24/2013 4:50:46 PM
DjNao posted...
shironinja posted...
ur a bunting.

lol.


Laughed way too hard.


I did too lol
#7ArsenicSteelPosted 2/24/2013 5:04:34 PM
Google and reading are just too hard for some.

Good luck on the vocab section of the SAT's...you're going to need it.
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#8KonkquinPosted 2/24/2013 6:14:47 PM
From wikipedia:

Bunting can refer to:
Bunting (bird), a group of birds
An infant sleeping bag
The act of laying down a bunt, a type of offensive play in baseball
Bunting (textile), a lightweight cloth material often used for flags and festive decorations
A term of endearment that may also imply "plump" as in the nursery rhyme Bye, baby Bunting
#9zyrax2301Posted 2/24/2013 6:26:18 PM
ArsenicSteel posted...
Google and reading are just too hard for some.

Good luck on the vocab section of the SAT's...you're going to need it.


SAT's reference nursery rhymes in the vocab section?
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#10ArsenicSteelPosted 2/24/2013 7:06:08 PM(edited)
zyrax2301 posted...
ArsenicSteel posted...
Google and reading are just too hard for some.

Good luck on the vocab section of the SAT's...you're going to need it.


SAT's reference nursery rhymes in the vocab section?


The vocab section references various kinds of words that range from words the test taker probably should know and probably unknown words that must be deduced from how the word is used.

And so you know the word bunting still means something even though it has been mentioned in a nursery rhyme. The quoting of the nursery rhyme doesn't actually answer what a bunting is.
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