Used to irritate or annoy, or to justify or defend the indefensible. Often employed to win an argument simply by confounding the opposition with what many consider a non-word. Great for manipulating the discussion via confusion of terms.
May be used as an alternative to "Kinkle," but the terms are not synonymous.
The first recorded use of the term was in 1983, much to the consternation of a Jr. High English teacher.
(This makes one appear reasonable and willing to change, yet frustrates any effort on the part of the other party.)
2. "I may be a jackass...but scoober and get back to me!"
3. "Yeah, well, scoober's a word!"