When I was young, a scrub, short for scrubber was easily defined as:
Typically a woman, without morals or ethics, tending to dive face-first into any male's crotch without a second thought. Ugly, loud, sometimes mannish in appearance, receives government paychecks to buy smokes and grog, which are the scrubber's main food source.
(taken from the Urban Dictionary)
Nowadays, with the world wide web, the younger generations has redefined this insult to mean someone who imposes their own rules in a game system where those rules don't actually exist.
Now, those definitions are very different but I have noticed one thing about both that has remained the same:
If you feel the need to use the word to describe others, you are being a self-righteous **** hole.
Your mother raised you better than that.
Have a nice day.
fargone wrote:I realise this is completely off topic, but Icy deserves the limelight more than others. Some of whom dominate the forums with their endless posts.
What, I make legit points too...