Its a word commonly found in dating and funerals, but not much where else. Bubbly is what I would use to describe what water does when it boils. So is bubbly an analogy for an irritating person? I.E they boil your blood.
What do they actually mean by "bubbly"? watch
- Thread Starter
- 11-06-2016 16:22
- Political Ambassador
- 11-06-2016 16:31
no, bubbly is used to describe someones personality in a positive way, IE he is so bubbly like he makes you think of bubbles. and since you cant really say ''bubbles'' in a mad and angry tone, it must mean they make you so happy