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- v. Present participle of beslubber.
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Zachriel: Myers and Coyne are beslubbering fen-sucked old apple-johns.
Myers and Coyne are beslubbering fen-sucked old apple-johns.
I don't know what a notty-pated hedgepig or beslubbering or a canker-blossom are but they really gross me out, so I guess I'd better participate.
I was going to omit the end, but some of you may enjoy it: "Those solicited who choose not to participate shalt be labeled both publicly and widely as dastardly scoundrels, notty-pated hedgepigs, or beslubbering, doghearted, maggot-ridden canker-blossoms!"
So go ahead, you beslubbering, flap-mouthed harpies.