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    Bio: Nonch Harpin'

    According to the unimpeachable Wikipedia, ‘Boontling is a jargon spoken only in Boonville, in Northern California’. Nonch Harpin’, in turn, is a Boontling term, which loosely translates into dirty talk. As cultured and as textured as the members of Nonch Harpin’ may be, the way they hit their desired musical mark is by means of their collective, messy id. There is no use pretending the downtime chatter they generate during their rehearsals and recording sessions is fit for decent, reputable folk to hear. It is not. But it is Nonch Harpin’. And Nonch Harpin’ is:

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    with mhomadness as the guide it is just as likely to be dirty ridin' as dirty talkin'... but all the same washing it down with beer at the end sounds bahl!


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    Quote Originally Posted by joeband; With MHoMadness as the guide it is just as likely to be dirty ridin' as dirty talkin'... but all the same washing it down with beer at the end sounds bahl!
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    We'll be nonch pike'n the Boont, back the deepend, & then bahl horn'n!! m.
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    If this brightlighter came Bount in kimoshe, know i'm not back dated chuck or nunch.

    If went Bucket of Blood for horn, I'm cocked darley, but not a nunch pick-em-up diykin' to meet the high heeler.

    Not into Madging and not a deeger, however; a hobneelch with bahlness, especially with moldunes and maybe shy'd mollly sling be bahl.

    Start bahl harp, then molly gormin'; and end burlappin'!

    Bahl sunnies!!!
    .................................................. ....................

    Now back to reality.
    Mike, don't you dare let your wife read this!
    Or if you do, just say Joe wrote it.
    There are enough Joes on here that she knows of (MAMA, DAD, BAND,etc.)
    that they'll all take the heat.
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    That Damn Joe, just never know what kind of disturbance they will come up with next. How do you say "can't wait for the Boont Ride" In Boontling?
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    back when i was in the band we had a mannequin named madge, she even lived in my dorm room awhile, but i never burllapped her.

    as it is, i was practicing my boont a bit in portland today...
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    Quote Originally Posted by old w/2 many guns & bikes View Post
    If this brightlighter came Bount in kimoshe, know i'm not back dated chuck or nunch.

    If went Bucket of Blood for horn, I'm cocked darley, but not a nunch pick-em-up diykin' to meet the high heeler.

    Not into Madging and not a deeger, however; a hobneelch with bahlness, especially with moldunes and maybe shy'd mollly sling be bahl.

    Start bahl harp, then molly gormin'; and end burlappin'!

    Bahl sunnies!!!
    .................................................. ....................

    Now back to reality.
    Mike, don't you dare let your wife read this!
    Or if you do, just say Joe wrote it.
    There are enough Joes on here that she knows of (MAMA, DAD, BAND,etc.)
    that they'll all take the heat.
    joe
    Too late! My eeld'm eeble'd yer nonch harpin's. Says you're not a deeger, just a typical codgy kimmie. Look's like all the Joe's are safe, for now... m.

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    As a bright lighter I better not get lost and ask for directions.
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    Freeeeed---------- we will confess that Sue and I had a great time in Boonville, under close supervision of Mhomadness. Everyone should know by now I have a tendency to become directionally confused at times. Upon departing from Boonville we became a little confused so we stopped to ask directions on getting out of town. Several people were anxious to give us directions, very helpful they were. Seemed over joyous to help us. Dirts a Flyen. SanDue
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    So they happily tell out-of-towners how to "get out of town"? Or maybe it just because you had that cute applehead Sue with you.

    I'll be dishing to bahl pikin' through Boonville with all you deeger dicking deejies.
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