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Novice, learner, amateur, newcomer, sogger of cereal, cooler of warm beverages, see scrub

The word derives from the original scrub, although the 'juice' is unbeknown by scholars as to where it came from.

It is often meditated by the monks, priests, orangutans, breakfast cereals, and other highly educated members of the 'Scrub' Illuminati (including the popular and boobilicious 'Hot For Words'), however, a true origin has yet to be discovered.

Many believe it was derived from those of a 'Python Monty' era, or some shit like that.

Excuse me, I meant it was derived from a 'Monty Python' era, in which riders of false horses galloped throughout the land with coconuts that had been carried by an African swallow. Or maybe European. We are not sure of this origin either. The juice from these coconuts had dripped onto the 'Scrubs' of the doctors and nurses of their band of brave knights, and thus, the 'juice' of the 'scrub' was born. But this is not confirmed.

As a matter of fact, no one really knows anything. It has been known that the Panda Man himself is probably the only remaining life form that still has a remnant in his ominous mind of where the juice of the scrub came from. However, he was impossible to reach for comment, as he was snacking on bamboo and EOC by the pound.
WHY DIDN'T YOU JUST CALL THE FUCKING MOVERS - I CAN'T BE WITH A SCRUBJUICE.
by fuckingghettofabolous July 14, 2010

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