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  • n. Plural form of knobber.


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  • Fucking knobbers hilariouspicture actually we've seen it four times including in today's post:

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  • Moreover, funds and "foreign" support (from across the Kansas border and often from Missouri) on behalf of the various sides supporting militias, jayhawkers and bald-knobbers kept the battle raging for over a decade.

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  • These are normally dished out by the knobbers who wouldn't dare attempt it themselves.


  • There also seems to be some who believe that I'm under some sort of holy obligation to supply personal details to a bunch of knobbers on an anonymous military website.

    Army Rumour Service

  • Some OCs are outstanding blokes who you would quite willingly follow anywhere, some are utter knobbers that you'd put a bullet through before going on the piss with, never mind on Ops?

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  • However some knobbers get ££ in their viewfinder and all bets are off.

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  • He reckoned he did not have the peripheral vision and reaction times to avoid all the knobbers on the ever busier roads, and it would be only a matter of time before someone either crippled or killed him.

    Army Rumour Service

  • Arsenal agree a fee for Russian against the odds (9): Stop bad mouthing your own club you knobbers.

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  • The White House Press has been doing nothing but slobbering knobbers on B.O. and crew since he took office.

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  • Perhaps you are right, put these knobbers in their place and make them PCSOs so they can learn the job where it is learnt best - on the streets - like we had to.

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