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Definition of trunky monkey

trunky monkey

noun

  • a person who must travel in the trunk of a car because there are no seats left. "Trunky monkies" sometimes get this punishment because of poor behavior.
    You're the trunky monkey on the way home!

    Last edited on Nov 22 2002. Submitted by Dennis K. from Plymouth, MN, USA on Nov 22 2002.

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