from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who, or that which, clobbers.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A cobbler of the lowest class, who patches up old shoes, and conceals their defects by rubbing clobber into the breaks of the leather.
(Umm … just try to be the “clobberer,” not the “clobberee” …) 32 PGS.
I was pivoting against six-foot/two-hundred-pound Eight Track, with our own clobberer Tomcat, sneaky Lucille Brawl, and quick Speedy Marie in the pack behind me.
The consensual clobberer i.e. the consensual torturer, rather than the clobbered was in my view because I thought you were arguing that the consensual torturer was being demeaned or degraded by his work.
Since I've got a few minutes, I'll attempt to deconstruct Brandon's "argument" - but remember, I'm just a simple scripture clobberer:
And the clobberer throws the poker out of the window and it gets stuck in the tree?”