(n) A hassle; more trouble than it's worth;
(v) to dibble: to hassle someone with petty crap
1. (n) Driving 20 minutes out of his way just for some mediocre gyros was such a dibble.
2. (v) Tawndra thought about asking the salesclerk for a different size, but she didn't want to dibble, so she cut out.
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