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I see nothing entertaining what so ever regarding these TV soaps, they are utter trash and bunkum in my opinion.
Citizens also raised concerns over the potential odor resulting from the station, the increase in traffic on Bunkum Road and how it would affect school bus routes.
Whether or not this story is true, bunkum has remained thoroughly entrenched in American English.
Un rheswm dros ddewis Bunkum Backpackers oedd na fyddai Prif Weinidogion a thywysogion yn tarfu arnom amser brecwast.
Or "nonsense": eyewash, poppycock, claptrap, drivel, gibberish, gobbledegook, rot, hogwash, flapdoodle, bosh, bunkum, hokum, bilge, balderdash, twaddle, tommyrot, rubbish, garbage, pishtosh, humbug, and fiddle-laddie.
He has told us that all this talk about education being the key to many of our problems is bunkum.
He first caught our attention in BBC2's excellent This Life, went on to Teachers, then some baffling bunkum called Afterlife.
Forget all the bunkum about carbon this, that and the other, and dire warning of global warming.
So don't believe the new car bunkum - for used car buyers, low depreciation is bad, high depreciation is good.
But that instructively entertaining volume paints a panoramic canvas of the historical enterprises discussed as bunkum (variously deception or self-deception, but bunkum throughout).
It's all bunkum when these young men say they were only carrying blades for their own protection - it's just a status thing - they swagger around thinking they are above the law.
The bit about the heavier, slow running engine is bunkum within the total mass--its inherently superior fuel economy would more than compensate.