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blubbo

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EtymologyEdit

blubber + -o

NounEdit

blubbo (plural blubbos)

  1. (slang, pejorative) an overweight or obese person.
    • 1985, Dee Matthews, Allan Zullo, Bruce M. Nash, The you can do it! kids diet
      Bob, fifteen, lost 15 pounds and was 25 pounds from his goal: I've been called names like "fatso" and "blubbo" and that gets me real mad.
    • 1989, Marguerite Kelly, Katy Kelly, The mother's almanac II, Volume 2
      You study it together once a week to help him see the pitfalls, but don't get mad when he succumbs to what our flock lovingly calls a "blubbo attack." It's bound to happen.
    • 1997, David Cody Weiss, Bobbi J. G. Weiss, Good switch, bad switch, page 109
      "Watch it, blubbo!" shot Salem.
    • 2004, Fred Grandinetti, Popeye: an illustrated cultural history, page 308
      POPEYE I'm rights behind ya, blubbo!

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