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wibble

(ˈwɪbəl)
vb (intr)
1. to wobble
2. (often foll by on) to speak or write in a vague or wordy manner
[C19: from wibble-wobble, reduplication of wobble]
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This is true, but for the last 25 or more years I have put finger to keyboard and chronicled my thoughts, and observations, in the hope that some distant descendant will pick it up and say "Did my crazy greatgreat-grandad really write all this wibble?" They will then read about the fashions and day-to-day life from a past generation, and it will, I hope, give them a connection to their past, and a link to past family members.
This is true, but for the last 25 or more years I have put finger to keyboard and chronicled my observations in the hope that some distant descendant will pick it up and say, "Did my crazy great great grandad really write all this wibble?" They will then read about the fashions and day-to-day life of a past generation and it will, I hope, give them a connection to their past and a link to past family members.
The Watford wibble After spending most of the season on the benches instead of in the trenches it's ironic that Watford striker Isaac Success now seems to have taken the Blackadder Goes Fourth option in a bid to engineer his exit.
A duck egg custard tart doesn't wibble quite so seductively as the one at Didsbury's Hispi and the pastry's a bit on the gummy side, but the filling is fluffy, rich and dusted with a flurry of nutmeg.
The church's summer holiday club held a week of jungle-themed fun events last week, with the main highlight being a show that followed the Watt family through the Wibble Wobble jungle.
We see this in the Trop Jr films The Lemonade Stand and Dropping the Mask as well as the 2017 Tropfest film Wibble Wobble.
"Buzz buzz banana tutti frutti lambrusco lambretta wibble, eh?" he continued.
These young wines from Portugal aren't made as traditional fizzy wines, but the carbon dioxide created in the fermentation can still be present, causing a wibble of a wobble of a bubble.
WIBBLE WOBBLE Hibs showed they still have a tendency to become nervous when put under pressure as they lost their cool when Gavin Reilly hit the equaliser.
'It's not very flattering to hear you wibble on about some unattainable heart-throb 24/7.' 'I don't!' she protested.
We talked, we laughed, we even danced (the evidence is online I'm afraid), and I was left awestruck by such a talented, fierce woman who, perhaps most enviably, after 40 years of hitting things with sticks, has fabulous upper arms with not a single wibble of bingo wing.
Harvest Time Pick-your-own apples, snack bar, apple dumplings, cider doughnuts, wagon rides, playground, music by Wibble and more.