- n. alternative spelling of bupkis.
“Your argument that the Yankees and their $207 million payroll are bad for baseball is bubkes.”
“The bottom line: If Groupon's gambit is successful, then the $6 billion Google reportedly offered the start-up will ultimately look like bubkes .”
“The dud offer described above and a few meaningful nibbles but mostly bubkes (nothing), as they say in Pico Robertson.”
“They other guy paid $45M of his own money to win bubkes except a seat on the Snake Talk Express.”
“In 1876, when a vote for or against Rutherford B. Hayes meant bubkes, 82.9 percent of eligible voters showed up.”
“BEGALA: And they produced, as we say in the Catholic Church, bubkes, nothing on fundamental health care reform, except President Bush did sign a vast expansion of prescription drug benefits without any way to pay for it, which is about $800 billion added to the deficit, which helped a lot of people, but it cost a lot of money.”
“CON: Today's Enron shareholder has a promised return of bubkes, nada, squat.”
“Remember when all is said and done we have English and they have bubkes.”
“One can obtain a student rate, which knocks a good $500 USD off it, which is not, as they say, bubkes.”
“Type it into any online search engine and you get bubkes.”
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