- v. present participle of flob.
“If this blog flogging or "flobbing" if you prefer results in Mr. Warren becoming an ongoing writer of Iron Man, I will become your own personal Jarvis.”
“Tiger Woods's flobbing was entirely feeble by comparison, but it has furthered the former world No1 golfer's fall from grace.”
“Ok I'm going to just go ahead and throw out the f words now - the nice, quick, obvious comparison which will either reel you in slobbering or have you reeling (and yes, quite possibly flobbing) -”
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