verb - to cobble

a term used first in minecraft, meaning to build oneself out of a mine shaft or pit. It can be used to express taking oneself out of a situation - the opposite of digging yourself into a hole.
John: I hear you got into a fight with Jean about her being a food Racist
Max: I tried to Cobble my way out of it.
by "The Kid" February 05, 2012
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British slang term for "the streets"
Johnny was walking when he heard Ross's voice screaming "get off the cobbles".
by knoxalicious July 28, 2009
(v): describes the act of putting together an income from a variety of sources, rather than the traditional one-income, one-job norm.
"Although I used to have a job, now I cobble to make ends meet."

"Cobbling is a much more fulfilling way to live my life; while I don't necessarily know where my next paycheck will come from, I am able to pursue several different interests at once.
by worldli February 27, 2009
To immediately ejaculate uncontrollably.
"Did you see Stacy's mom's new bikini?"
"Yeah, I know, I almost cobbled my pants."
by Bonshaquita Lafondria September 13, 2011
short for cobblestones, slang for testicles
"you don't have the cobbles"
"kick him square in the cobbles"
by hdink April 28, 2007
A word that is a pleasure to say also see bungalo
by harry July 19, 2003
{v.} To make shoes.

{n.} "Cobbler" - A shoemaker.
The Ethiopian sweatshop serf cobbled me a phat pair of Tims. Holla.
by sux0r June 21, 2006
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