A colourless, odourless and flavourless substance found in high fat, high carb food. Found largely in food made for consumption by gas station customers, queb leaves an unpleasant oily and often sticky residue on the roof of the ingester's mouth. The residue, whilst satisfying (and somewhat comforting) to those seeking a hangover cure ("something "quebby"), solace in food for the soul ("quebtastic", "quebalicious"), or just an all-out binge ("quebfest"), is not believed to be meant for human consumption, least of all enjoyed.
For those wishing to avoid eating queb-related products, the leading advice is too avoid pre-packaged pies, chips, deli sandwiches and meat, highly processed foods such as cheese dips and eggy sauces, as well as soggy breakfast foods such as scrambled egg, hash brown or any pig derivative.
1) "I drank too much last night and now need some queb. Who's up for bacon and eggs?"
2) "I swear to God,this heat'n'eat roll is 100% queb, I'm never eat this s___ again"
3) Waving soggy turkish bread around
"Look! You can actually SEE the queb dripping off of it!"