bongo drum


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  • noun

Synonyms for bongo drum

a small drum

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FIREFIGHTERS have rescued a chimp stuck up and chimney, a dog caught in a wheelchair and a cat wedged in a bongo drum.
GOOD news: two teenagers were rescued off Brighton beach after setting out to sea in a dinghy with a bongo drum "to entertain sunbathers".
A television camera caught him with a cigar in his mouth and pounding a bongo drum in his hotel room after the ruling.
THIS game was originally designed for the Gamecube and its bongo drum peripheral, but Nintendo canned the Cube and the game has resurfaced on the Wii.
Donkey Konga (Nintendo Gamecube): A rhythm and beat controlled with a bongo drum controller for up to four players.
And when he clapped eyes on a bongo drum he couldn't resist having a go.
He probably worked in a bongo drum factory and felt sorry for me.
Heartbeat is a duet between lead dancer Roisin Turley-Gibbons and a bongo drum.
The sight of a woman doing tricks with a flashing hula hoop to the rhythm of bongo drums created a carnival atmosphere as crowds started to form.
Guitars, bongo drums, a sax and rapping hands rock into the moonlit night.
His six-piece band brandished a trumpet, saxophone, drums, bongo drums, keyboard and guitars, providing instrumentals so fresh and sultry that Blacc himself couldn't keep from pulling a few salsa moves on stage.
The full-on African experience includes bongo drums for the audience, a traditional witch doctor who reads your fortune; face painting and even hair braiding.
It's time we started to bang our bongo bongo drums for political correctness and consign, for good, these dated arguments to the dustbin.
But towards the end of June I was suddenly listening to these bongo drums every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
But by 5pm, the books are away and the disguised carry outs are opened to the distant sound of bongo drums.