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They are an enigmatic group, often misunderstood by the typical writer.
They come from all corners of the globe, and maybe further.
Some claim to be animals, spirits, even figments of your imaginations.
In fact some claim also to be women where-as in fact they are men.
some were pompous and arogant as some hubbers were more equal than others, while others are sweet and kind hearted.
Together they wrote some of the most controversial, supreme, suggestive,eye-opening, mouth watering hubs on the planet.
So write they did, finding all sorts of interesting thing to share.
People from all over the world would come to read and learn from these Hubbers.
They read and learn the truths, opinions and experiences of others.
But then, one day, they got bored with talking about themselves and decided to create something new and exciting, and so IT was conceived.
they would enter the great Hubrary, light candles and gather to
The brainstorm would often turn into a brain-hurricane because even though Hubbers are united by a common place to write, they are also the center of their own universe.
The brain-hurricanes would pass quickly because everyone knew they were there for a purpose.
Then they send an e-mail to one of their fans or even someone they are a fan of.
after months of eating chocolate and brainstorming, of course, there cam the day when the hubbers realized they must start to actually move their bodies around - "but, how am I gonna move around without missing anything on the forums?" asked Mega1
We must move this thing to palm pilots, Faybe suggested.
by Becca Hubbard-Woods 11 years ago
We all have one hubber (or several hubbers) that never dissapoint us when we read their newest hub. I have quite a few, like tantrum, i*n*v*i*c*t*u*s, Ralwus, Funnebone, Cagsil, and several others. So who is yours?
by Alan 6 years ago
How do I respond when another Hubber tries to make me look stupid when I ask a question?I have recently had another user attacking my questions and answers in this forum. How should I respond to these actions? It kind of makes me mad, but at the same time, I am sad that he thinks so...
by Michael Kismet 6 years ago
A wide-eyed Hubber can dream.
by healinghands1668 9 years ago
by Sherbet Penny 11 years ago
Now poets and non poets, fellow hubbers, lets write a 40 line poem together, a hubbers in unity poem, and at the 40 line mark, I'll gather up all the lines and make a hubbers poetry hub out of them. This could be fun and hilarious with the end product.So whoever is up for it, write just one line, I...
by kirstenblog 5 years ago
With all the silliness and high school drama that is all the rage these days I thought I would balk the trend with this forums thread. Instead of complaining about this or that hubber I ask you to say something nice about this or that hubber. There are many I can say nice things about and first to...
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