bumper stickers have even been printed that say "No to the murtazeqa," beside a silhouette of a man wearing a yellow hardhat.
bumper stickers proclaiming “Gitmo Saves Lives” can be purchased at keepamericasafe.com for $5.
Now, bumper had never met a wild rabbit before, and this one certainly looked very dirty and uncouth compared to himself.
That night when he got home, bumper was bursting with excitement.
Then she dropped her doll, and sprang forward to bumper's rescue.
bumper was sure then that she intended to take him along with Jimsy; but no!
Rabbits don't like to be called by two different names, and if I was you, ma'm, I'd keep on calling him bumper.
bumper was taken to the street corner with Fluffy, Dimples and Pickles.
bumper didn't object to this, but he did hope she'd remember to change it, and give him clean water to drink.
You can imagine the state of bumper's feelings by this time.
1670s, "glass filled to the brim;" perhaps from notion of bumping as "large," or from a related sense of "booming" (see bump (v.)). Meaning "anything unusually large" is from 1759, slang. Agent-noun meaning "buffer of a car" is from 1839, American English, originally in reference to railway cars; 1901 of automobiles (in phrase bumper-to-bumper, in reference to a hypothetical situation; of actual traffic jams by 1908).
A striptease dancer or other erotic dancer (1950s+ Show business)
A black upwardly mobile person (1990s+)