Monday, 1 February 2016

Gubbings


Anyhow am off to watch a re run of The Walking Dead now ......so I shall leave you with a pic of the lovely Mr Dixon 

16 comments:

  1. Thanks to steph
    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=gubbins

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  2. Good word for me to know right now- I am packing up my house to move ... boxes and boxes of gummings ..

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    1. Meanwhile I looked up gummings and got my definition .. gumming / gubbing .. I give up.

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  3. 15th! *Squeal*

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  4. Beaten to the punch. Again.
    I was thinking 'gubbins'. A phrase my mother used.

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  5. Never heard it used on this side of the pond.

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  6. Just about to say Gubbins but beaten to it. And you from Yorkshire. Shame on you.

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  7. Enjoy your re-run ...

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  8. Never heard that expression before but now that we have the correct spelling I`ve looked it up along with everyone else here....basically, it means `the makings` I guess. Nifty word.

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  9. We say gubbins as my Welsh hubby grew up using it and never stopped..!

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  10. Did they show the prequel Fear The Walking Dead in the UK? You would like it too. That last show's ending makes me nervous for the group.

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  11. You are so literary. I love the new words I learn from you. As for Mr. Dixon, thanks but no thanks.

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