from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Chiefly Southern U.S. Slang Brother.
- n. Slang A white working-class man of the southern United States, stereotypically regarded as uneducated and gregarious with his peers.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Brother; used as term of familiar address.
- n. Working-class white male from southern US, stereotyped as loutish
Maybe bubba is right, that they are starting to produce best Foods mayonnaise with lime juice in it.
| Private Reply my goodness, ol 'bubba is in fine form today ....
No. They’re not going to send you money and that basically bubba is what it is all about.
For more of his wonderful rants, search posts by "bubba" and go back a few years.
* And Haley Barbour's "bubba" problem isn't going away: National Journal has a good overview, suggesting this story has legs.
Psychologically, this can help with the "bubba" vote, as well.
Indiana is a home away from home,, do recall the so called 'bubba' demographic is the present day expression of the disenfranchised sharecropper, white indentured white migration from Mississippi and Alabama and east Texas that went to underpopulated Indiana after 'The War' for a new start.
Many of those "bubba" votes will go to McCain because he is a white man, and an American hero.
Be the first who rates this item! mikey's 1st day in cell block 6 with bubba. mikey: "hi, my name is mike, what's yours?" bubba: "ben dover" mikey: "oh hi ben, nice to meet you"
The result, according to the experts, would be a rise of "bubba" militias.
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