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  • n. Plural form of bub.


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  • I know I sure as shit won't ever be eating my Hop dubs bubs with chopsticks.

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  • Little bubs were dressed to nines in BonPoint and and their ruddy cheeked dads - from too much country air and local vino - shushed them to sleep at the back of the church.

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  • Besides being social chairperson, I was also head of the bubs at rush.

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  • Love, bubs and life on our little farm lovelydesign

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  • By the end of this month our engineers will have tested five brands of 15-watt mini-spiral CFLs, equivalent to 60-watt incandescent bubs, for about 5,000 hours each.

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  • The bubs don't even need the special beds, Dom says.

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  • On the way out, I once again noticed the buh-bubs.

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  • Foot to foot, knee to knee, belly to belly, bubs to breast!


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  • He looked calmly down on her bulk and between her large soft bubs, sloping within her nightdress like a shegoat's udder.



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