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a phase of adolescence involving wearing tight lycra, docking and attractions to similarly dressed men siiting in a long thin boat. origin: James Gubbins of radley college 1923-1928 and his extrravagent exploits.
'Ooooo he is a bit gubbins'graham said as he was entered by James

'He's going through gubbins at the moment' john said when asked about his son.
by matthew pinsent April 22, 2006
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general clutter, stuff, a collection or assortment of unconnected items.
He had a lot of gubbins in his backpack
by Mavmaramis June 30, 2003
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The innards / innerworkings.
That fox got run over and all its gubbins oozed out.
by Dave_Abbeywood February 07, 2006
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Gubbins = stuff.

A common expression in Northern England, and the better parts of the rest of the world.
Neil: "Where's the 27mm impact socket?"
Zippy: "It's over there on the floor, next to that pile of welding gubbins."
by Antiseptic February 07, 2012
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Objects of little or no value. A word frequently used while moving houses, e.g. "I can't take it any more! All these gubbins to sort out!"
nick nacks,garbage,small toys, pictures,books,pencils,utencils,paper,Gubbins etc......
by rebel#4 April 29, 2011
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A gubbin is someone who on occasion acts like a vagrant.
"You wouldn't believe his parents own a mansion would you? The gubbin!"
by M.Russell July 13, 2004
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A surname used in the UK to 'pass off' or satisfy someone who is pestering you for information. 'Gubbins' is mainly used when individuals need a quick answer to questions they do not wish to entertain.
'Hey, can you get me guest list for Saturday?'
'Yeah... use Gubbins at the door'

'Do you know who is responsible for the coffee machine in this office?'
'Yeah... I think it's Gubbins'
by Spud was out last night? September 09, 2013
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gubbind: the gubbins is the location where the shaft of the penis meets the scrotum
bro i need to shower my gubbins is ultra sweaty
by jef jeff July 09, 2010
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