Wednesday, 16 June 2010

Tour de Bunt


bunt / b-uh-nt / verb.
1. to bunt is to eat a vast amount of food, namely cake or sugary goodness, in one sitting or in a short window of time. I was bit of a bunt this afternoon
bunting / b-uh-nt-ing / adjective.
1. explaination of ones eating habit. She did a lot of bunting today no wonder the fridge is bare
2. a description of one's actions when eating high quantity of cake
bunter / b-uh-nt-er / adjective.
1. round and plump
origin.
2008, from Grant Young (q.v) explaining the eating habits of his staff in an effort to stop them eating cake in the office all the time. Possible origination from the bundt cake that is baked in the unusual bundt pan.

About the Tour de Bunt, 2010
Two of Rapha Condor women's team most prolific eaters will embark on a unique adventure later this summer. Starting soon after the womens National road race and in an attempt to reward themselves after weeks of training they will begin their epic challenge.
In spring 2010 they discovered they share a love of soft moist goodness and in May the pair discussed the potential for a tour. In their discussion during training rides the two found they were bound to riding and racing only as a reason to feed their cake habit. To quell their addiction the riders have decided to overdose on the sweet baked food by taking on a multistage tour of Lancashire, Yorkshire, Derbyshire. The aim is to discover the ultimate caramel slice, moist carrot cake and  the softest sweetest buttercream icing.

More to follow...


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