He was just tickled and amused by the situation, punky and very funny.
“I was the dirty kid, so of course I loved punky, who was totally OK with herself,” Munn said.
There was a movement, sure enough, and a flare of something—a torch of punky wood.
It should always be a dry, sound stick, brash, but not in the least punky.
As they hit the roots of the tree they made the punky material fly about in a cloud.
Nevertheless, I knelt to feel the punky stuff under my feet.
That would be a chariot race to what we took before we hove in sight of that punky castle.
All the other meals were satisfactory, though an occasional one was punky.
The Indians had set fire to the inside of a punky trunk and the shooting flames were a rallying call.
The inlet had been reedy, and the water there quiet, and the soil we dug in punky and wet.