Home » Dictionary » bunny punch

bunny punch

bunny punch
 n.— «This is what’s known as a pattern punch but often described as a bunny punch or just “bunny.” These are very heavy, solid cast iron with a round 3/4″ steel die.» —“Bunny punch” by Kathleen Fasanella Fashion-Incubator (Las Cruces, New Mexico) Sept. 15, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

Leave a comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Further reading

Conductor, Punch in the Presence of the Passenjare!

In an article in The Atlantic magazine, humorist Mark Twain quoted a sing-songy bit of doggerel about conductors punching railroad fares that illustrates how colored paper has long been used to encode information. This is part of a complete episode...

A Chaneski From Guy John Our Puzzle Word

Quiz Guy John Chaneski was inspired by a version of film in which a filmmaker went to the trouble to take a clip of every word used in the movie The Wizard of Oz, arranging them in alphabetical order, all the way to the Tin Man’s saying zipper...