“The entire British government has been corrupted by the Jews (to be fair, by others as well, but the Jews predominate), with a new term - 'cabbing' - invented to describe the easy way you can buy elected representatives.”
“The latest revelations come only a few months after another Channel 4 'Dispatches report, by Peter Oborne, showed how large numbers of MPs were stooging (or "cabbing") for Israel … www. uruknet.de/?”
“Brad F.: I scold my wife about "cabbing" sometimes.”
“You were dancing around and enjoying the festive cake and brownies at the JCC inaugural bar mitzvah … I mean inaugural ball, before cabbing to Chinatown and passing out in my bed.”
“However, subsequent years have seen the once-fearsome Staten Island collective often appear more like a hip-hop episode of Fawlty Towers, as members have been distracted by squabbles and interests ranging from Wu-Wear clothing to New York cabbing.”
“Anyway, as he admits, he's no longer reliant on cabbing for an income since he and Janis (Amy's mum, his ex, who suffers from multiple sclerosis) now run their daughter's business, which is worth £5 million - half of what it was the previous year.”
“Whenever they went to Precipice, which was two or three times each week, Royce ordered several dishes from his favorite high-end eateries, cabbing them in from all across Boston and Cambridge.”
“Anyway, as he admits, he's no longer reliant on cabbing for an income since he and Janis Amy's mum, his ex, who suffers from multiple sclerosis now run their daughter's business, which is worth £5 million - half of what it was the previous year.”
“Unfortunately, we were walking, running and cabbing it so much that there was no time to find a cupcake store in New York so I'm headed into serious cake withdrawals.”
“Ben: I ended up cabbing over and got there around 7: 20.”
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