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- noun nonstandard
Eye dialectspelling of rubberused in representing baby talkor impedimentedspeech.
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July 3, 2009 at 4:29 pm lol. use z wubber bands 2 fling at zem. lol
Yes please, wubber duckies dansing to house of bamboo by scots
Sowi it jest wid dat wubber glub on ur head aie seez sum resemelembencez
Peeps wiv bukkit to cleans up don wurriz it r too lates … flubber…wubber….shplortz.
"A wubber ball," guessed Mun Bun, coming from the window against the panes of which the snow was now beating rapidly.
Ralph’s breath failed; the note dropped the octave, became a low wubber, was a rush of air.