Shuboo

Posted: August 4, 2010 in Vocab

shuboo [shoo-boo] v. thinking that you comprehended the situation at hand when in fact, you never knew – shuboos, shubooing, shubooed

This is pretty simple.  Some people try to analyze everything and come up with conclusions that are totally off.  A simple example would be:  say one of your friends thought you, along with everyone else, were ripping on them.  No matter what you say to prove that you weren’t, the person doesn’t believe you.  That person would be shubooing.

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