on it like a car bonnet means: You can choose either a for a police officerdetectiveSherlock Holmes or anyone along those lines in hot pursuit of either a of a criminal usually a juvenile delinquent truating or in search of new adventure unplanned in the great outdoor wilderness. A derogatory term that describes a couple having sex outdoors in public is b. It’s usually used to refer to a pair who have had sex on their car’s hood or bonnet. My definition of a is that criminals who are caught after a foot chase are taken back to their patrol vehicle van, shoved on the hood and handcuffed. People might also find themselves lost while driving in the wild, and they may sit on their car’s hoodbonnet and contemplate what to do. Sometimes, however, they wait for an unexpected adventure and then return to the patrol carvan to be physically shoved onto the hood and handcuffed. My definition of b is that some people use their cars’ hoodbonnets for sex, and they think it okay because it’s their vehicle. (in Community Dictionary, added by Zacarías Moya)
What else does on it like a car bonnet mean?
- It can be used as a car bonnet Or both a for a police officerdetectiveSherlock Holmes or anyone along those lines to be in hot pursuit of either a criminal usually a juvenile delinquent truating B is for civilians looking to discover new adventures in great outdoors wilderness. A derogatory term that describes a couple having sex outdoors in public is c. It can be used to refer to a couple who have had sex on their car’s hood or bonnet. I want to be at the center of something important. (in Community Dictionary, added by Milagros King)
- Being able to control something is being all around it. It is believed that it was inspired by Essex girls who were known for their love of having sex in a car bonnet. Others believe it came from female models seen at car trade shows wearing car bonnets. NB: UK Car Bonnet = US Car Hood Being “On It Like a Car Bonnet” is to be literally everywhere, just like an Essex girl wearing a car bonnet. (in Community Dictionary, added by Snicket)