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Synonyms for bonce

informal terms for a human head

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They were give the headache from bonce the Adam Clayton and George Saville went through the motions recycling on auto-pilot but were static and easily bypassed when Crewe - who realised Boro were vulnerable - stepped up late in the first half.
I bring this up because Pep Guardiola is about to change all that, introducing his shiny bonce to the Etihad.
The duke's horse simply comes to life, picks up the cone with its mouth and flicks it back over its head before it lands perfectly atop the duke's bonce. Neigh bother.
The Birmingham-based Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents rapped Her Majesty's knuckles after she took to the fields with nothing but a headscarf atop the royal bonce.
"Yes, there has been a bit of banter about the size of my bonce. I've been a professional footballer for a long time - and that sort of banter is great for team spirit.
Sporting a shiny red bonce, Gerard Way now looks like a rampant rooster.
Waller has also knocked up a severed bonce, a rabbit about to be stabbed by a carrot and Miss Piggy in a mincing machine.
Doddery men in tights and wigs, a woman dressed as a policeman bizarrely barking "Hats off, strangers", and an elderly queen with bits of metal on her bonce, accompanied by a tetchy old bigot, reading a piece of yellowing vellum.
On a Friday afternoon, Hart, Doyle, Maik Taylor and goalkeeping coach Dave Watson battle it out to see who is the master of the court when it comes to the use of the bonce rather than the racket.
Bonce got two in the Glasshouse 6-1 win at Everton Foundation and The Clock FC also scored six away from home against Lowerhouse despite a Halpin consolation.
The follicles are flowing freely on the One Foot in the Grave star's normally bald bonce as he potters around as the wise mentor to the young spellcaster in BBC1's new Saturday-night family series.
I won't exactly say I reacted badly, but I managed to get through about 15 copies of the paper downmy local newsagents, colouring in the back of my bonce in each with blackmagic marker, beforeMr Patel threwme out.
To be hit on the bonce with a 6lb weight from two floors up could be very inconvenient.
It happens again; this time a cocktail sausage bounces off his bonce, but he still can't see his attacker.