Buckle Bunny

Contents: Meaning | Origin | Spread

Meaning

What does Buckle Bunny mean?

Buckle bunny is a slang expression for a female groupie prowling on rodeo cowboys with a well-cut Kentucky Waterfall Mullet.

They are classic Snow bunny cowgirls, with a big Badonkadonk to seduce the buckle winning cowboys.

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Origin

What's the origin of Buckle Bunny?

Although the exact origin of the expression is not known, “Buckle bunny” first appeared in a publication in 1985, written by Linda Sue Rosoff, under the title “Documentation of Rodeo Culture”.

Since then, more and more cases of the phase have been appearing in print and in various other contexts.

Spread & Usage

How did Buckle Bunny spread?

“Buckle bunny” was first defined on Urban Dictionary on July 7th, 2003, with several other entries having been added since then.

Since then, the expression has appeared on memes, in articles as well as musical compositions, with a recent example being the 2017 song of Roosevelt Road, titled “Buckle Bunny”.

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