Date: Thu, 14 Mar 1996 16:12:12 -0500
From: Bob Haas rahaas[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]HAMLET.UNCG.EDU
Subject: Re: cobbed
Does this term allude to the pre-toilet-paper usage of corn cobs for
personal hygiene? If so, "cobbed" certainly has more flair than, say,
"getting really Sears catalogued." Hmm.
On Thu, 14 Mar 1996, David Robertson wrote:
And has anybody else heard the expression "cobbed", as for example
when my 62 - year - old dad says "Boy, when we took my brother to the
casino, we really got cobbed on that one!" It means 'royally screwed
over', I think, but evidently isn't considered obscene...