nubcake

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Nub (noob) + cake, on the pattern of words like beefcake.

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

nubcake (plural nubcakes or nubcakez)

  1. (rare, Internet slang, pejorative, informal or humorous) A noob; a newb; a newbie; a nub; a n00b.
    • 2008 May 6, "nubcake", “Re: Unicycle football”, rec.sport.unicycling, Usenet:
      I don’t think it’d be too hard to enforce the rules either… you just have to idle when you have the ball and can’t ever do a full rotation until you get rid of the ‘ball’ and also to stop some nubcake (what? oh wait that was me) from trying to exploit that rule and ‘idle’ all over the court in a zig-zag you would just enforce a 3 second rule.
    • 2008 August 26, "Bassos", “Re: Astrology Oath”, alt.magick, Usenet:
      That is vpn + google, you nubcake.
    • 2009 February 9, "JohnR", “Re: How would you use dual spec?”, alt.games.warcraft, Usenet:
      The game is the glue that binds real people behind the toons, it was a fantastic game and in many ways it still is but in many other ways it just isn't any more – this is the point that's missed by the nubcake "12 million subscribers can't be wrong" crowd.