Definition funny of Bobba:

urbanWord implemented to censor swear words used on habbo hotel

urban"you are a piece of bobba"

urbanused in place of swear words on HH.

urban"oh my fucking god" becomes "oh my bobba god"

urbanA word which replaces a swear word/repeated number/offensive word on the virtual teenage internet chatroom Habbo Hotel.

urbanRandom wierdo : "Stik ur bobba plz" Me : "WTH"

urbanWhat Habbo Hotel uses as a censor for words they don't like. Seriously, I can understand them censoring "fuck", but why do they censor "pizza"? WTF?


Songs about Bobba:

songsParty Bobba (Mowgli Remix) by DJ Rocca & 5th Suite F. Ardiman Mc from the Album Mantra Vibes Collection Vol. 4

songsHey, Bobba Needle (Original Hit Recordings) by Chubby Checker from the Album The Best Of Chubby Checker 1959-1963 (Original Hit Recordings)

songsHey Bobba Needle by Chubby Checker from the Album Chubby Checker: All-Time Greatest Hits

songsHey Bobba Needle by Chubby Checker from the Album Limbo Rock

songsHey Bobba Needle by Chubby Checker from the Album The Ultimate Collection

songsBobba by Darren Ross from the Album Lunatic

songsBobba Fett by Paro from the Album Sjelmusikk EP


Books about Bobba:

booksBobba Long the Bow Legged Snowman by J. Lee McPherson (Mar 18, 2011)

booksBobba Dobba Doo - Oink: The Antics of Blimmy and Zook (Volume 3) by Vee Jones and D. M. Pottenger (Apr 21, 2014)

booksBobba is My Dad by Michael Buining (Aug 30, 2008)

booksIt All Began with an E-Mail to My Bobba by Caron Kaplan (Mar 9, 2004)

booksIn Memoriam: Felix Otto Schuster (1854-1936); Govanni Bobba (1866-1935); Hans Lauper (1895-1936) by Unnamed Unnamed (1936)

booksClassic Star Wars The Early Years Issue 3 (Sealed with Bobba Fett Trading Card) by Dark Horse Comics (1994)

booksBobba Super Manuale Del Collezionista Di Monete Decimali Italiane by Cesare Bobba (1976)


Wiki information Bobba:

Marcantonio Bobba

Marcantonio Bobba was an Italian Roman Catholic bishop and cardinal.

Margarita Bobba

Margarita Bobba, was a writer and noblewoman of Casale Monferrato, described by Gioseffantonio Morano as possessing an elevated wit and being well versed both in the Latin and Italian languages and in the art of poetry. She published a number of...