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    good to be back!
    Has anyone know the source or the origin of the phrase "bun fight"?Thank you!


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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1 View Post
    good to be back!
    Does [Has] anyone know the source or the origin of the phrase "bun fight"?Thank you!
    I haven't come across that, Baby. Does it have anything to do with a part/parts of human anatomy?

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    It's an old English slang meaning a formal do ( party ) and it dated back to good old Victorian time. My grandma uses this expression to describe some black tie affairs and I though it was funny. Bunfight indeed !!!

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