from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To eat and/or drink noisily.
- v. To tipple.
- v. Worry.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To drink; drink of or from.
- To drink often.
- To sip.
The news was full of upbeat bibble: shots of the couple smiling, or walking, or walking and smiling.
Such a lot of bubble trouble in a bibble bubble way, for it broke away from Mabel as it bobbed across the table where it bubbled over baby and it wafted him away.
Not, I should add, that you mentioned James, I was just reminded of her, with the ridiculous seriousness with which her bibble-bibble was treated.
I beweave if Iz evar suppenaed Iz shouldz claims that teh normal oth bi putin teh hand on the bibble iz rong andz I should swearz that overz a cheezeburger.
"Citizen Journalist" since hearing Jason Kenney bibble on would have been a waste of our time.
May 8, 2008 at 3:39 am dibble, bibble toyl n tribble cauldrun full ov kitteh kibble!
This sounds like new-age bibble in the face of a story about survival in the wilderness.
Like there's a perfect mid-point between too little and too much, a middle-brow approach somewhere between an academic treatise and bibble, bibble, bibble, pllrrrp?
Some people may find this sort of thing problematic to write, but I had enough years as a journalist and feature writer to bibble away at a keyboard while thinking out loud.
I'm writing it here, because it's too weird for my bibble.