Word used to describe something annoying, but not quiet a noob. Also nooble sounds way better than noob. People sometimes also use it to describe a noob, but like to say nooble better than noob.
NOT USED TO DESCRIBE A YOUNG NOOB THOUGH IT MAY SOUND LIKE THAT.
I was about to pwn that noob, but a nooble got in my way.
A product that aims at evoking a particular but elusive sensory experience, wanted by all, known by few. (Contrary to previous definitions, "nooble" has nothing to do with the word "noob" and is not a sexual activity or practice.)
—"Excuse me, I'd like the noobles soup, please."
"Don't you mean 'noodle'"?
—"No. Noobles. Happiness = nooble."
"Okay. That'll be $4.95."