Comes from "to Jack yoUr Buddy's whore." To hit on, or steal the hooker that your friend likes or is currently hitting on.
J = Jack
U = yoUr
B = Buddy's whore/hooker
"Dude, he's totally falling for that bar girl. Let's go jub him!"
"Sorry, man, but I had to Jub your Bangkok girl last night. You understand, eh?"
21st century answer to the Job. JOB is actually an acronym for "Just Over Broke". JUB is also an acronym... "Just Under Broke"
In the last century, most of the working class had jobs and barely broke even after everything was said and done.
In this century, increasingly fewer people are employed and those hapless few that actually escape the unemployment roll after several months of living in destitute poverty will find that they all have Jubs... working like slaves in horrible working conditions doing menial drone work... still living in destitute povery... not breaking even. Welcome to 21st Century America... Get used to it... Now, get back to work!
Man on street: Hey buddy, can ya spare some change for a guy down on his luck?
Man hastily walking down sidewalk: Hey, ya lazy bum... get a Jub! Oh, sorry I didn't recognize you. Didn't I used to work for you at XYZ company? Jeez... you look like a wreck!
Man on street: Geez! Thanks for noticing. I do have a Jub. XYZ company just hired me back at 1/4 pay three months ago after laying me off a year and a half ago.
1- a person who just did something stupid.
2- an friend whom you like to call names.
Person #1: Joe got caught smoking last night.
Person #2: What a jub!
What up jubs?
Sir: I have so much jub...
Other sir: Maybe you should call Jenny Craig.
Uber nub. Jub is to nub what nub is to noob.
Bob: *does something really stupid*
Jake: You're such a jub!
Bob: *cries in a corner*
Short for 'Junior Underprivileged Brat'.
Boarding School lingo for anyone younger than you, but normally reserved for the youngest pupils.
The term originally stems from a poem about 'Jumblies' by Edward Lear, and was intended to be affectionate, but has been corrupted overtime. First used at Quantock School (which has now closed)
Check out that Jub, he'll be crying for his mummy before the night is out!
adjective used to describe something lush or pleasing.
Mainly used in the south west of England.
that pasta was jub
yeah thats jub mate!
something can look,feel,smell jub
sluggish, jolly, chubby specimen. Loves cheese and cheescake and cheeseburgers. A food that represents a jub is a marshmallow.
Anna : Look at that chubby and jolly person shoving cheescake in their mouth!
Donna : Shes a such a jub!