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    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.
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    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
 
 
 
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