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goober:

see peanutpeanut,
name for a low, annual leguminous plant (Arachis hypogaea) of the family Leguminosae (pulse family) and for its edible seeds. Native to South America and cultivated there for millenia, it is said to have been introduced to Africa by early explorers, and Africans
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"It was the only real wallop off Dizzy, whose team won, 9 to 1." (19) When not shouting at the crowds about his goobers, Elmer liked to roam the tall buildings of the city, "indulging his hobby of riding in elevators." (20) He also supported himself running errands and working in a tire shop, down the street from the bare apartment where he lived with his father.
"I like the aqua juices from the tuck shop especially the forest fruit flavour.'" We asked Andrew in Year 5 what his favourite snack at the tuck shop was, he said: "I love bubblegum goobers."
Three years have gone by and she still sneezes thick 'goobers' nearly every day.
Ticktock said he was taking Rockelle to the movies, but that he would bring Dorothy back some Goobers.
2 will be advertising kingpin Jerry Della Femina, municipal bond guru Jim Lebenthal and Dan Crown of exhib Crown Theaters, who's got a killer bit on Goobers and Snowcaps.
Knows the what-ofs and what-nots of goobers, the briny-cooked variety.
Known as ground nuts, monkey nuts and goobers, peanuts are native to South America, where they have been cultivated for at least 3,500 years.
Add microwave popcorn, M&M's, Goobers and Twizzler's.
A recent addition is candy in large boxes like the ones sold in movie theaters, including Raisinettes and Goobers. Some of the food items are cross-merchandised with housewares items in aisle displays, while others are sold in the impulse section near the cash registers.
Like, "Remember that time we both ran off from camp Coues hunting and both got lost like a couple goobers? Dang, was that ever funny."
Your comments about the "fat cat" pistol owner with his "carry permit bought in a 'discretionary' state" could just as well have been made about toothless goobers and shall-issue states.