Can be used for your phone.
Or you not being able to continue to party on down yeah.
rosie and don had been clubbing for some time, several hours actually, don burke had been partying especially hard because he was hanging with the khurls meister at home house. all of a sudden it caught up with him and he was roob.
rosie inquired "don you wanna red bull vod dog? don?.... baby? oh dammn, your roobing hard, your so roob!! haha see ya roob dog."
Chris - "Roob!"
This dress sense leads to a self inflated ego filled sense of achievement and often the opinion that they look "cool".
A roob, in short, is someone who dresses like a complete dick but thinks they look cool
Person 2 - "With the buttons done up all the way? Roob."
I have never seen such a roobish haircut in my life.
You're boyfriend is such a roob. I mean look, he's strutting around the room with his collar turned up and his buttons done up...he is a dick. full stop.
The roobs are immediately identifiable not only by their uneducated mangling of our language (I will refer you to his book and Paul Fussell's immortal treatise "Class" for more detail) but their inability to see cause and effect of their own toxic behavior.
It may also be referred to with the plural roobs and the collective noun roobdom.
Obviously, it is derived from the derogatory urban slang of yesteryear, rube which was short for reuben, referring to an undereducated rural person (e.g., "Reuben Reuben I've Been Thinking").
A synonym: bubs, as in 'the bubs', a depiction of the Elmer Fudd like qualities of the modern rube.
Here are some examples of RoobSpeak from Mr. Price:
Dropping the 'g' on present participles (think Bush's speechifyin');
Misuse of the word 'penultimate' to mean 'ultimate';
the infallible mark of the roob, according to Price, is the pronunciation of the word "interesting" as "inna-ress-ing"
with the stress on the third syllable.