It’d been many years since the divorce, and many more since his wife took their son Billy, and left for greener pastures. Neal missed the birthdays and the boo-boos. He missed the recitals and the game nights, the graduations—he missed it all, he felt, because his “whore of a wife” couldn’t keep it in her pants.

Billy was now college bound and his mother could interfere no more. He yearned to spend time with his father, and so he arranged a father-son camping trip to the Nevada highlands. Little did he realize, however, that his father had his own ideas.

Their ride in the country ended on a dirt road to the Mustang Ranch. New memories, Neal thought, could make up for lost time. And the gift of lost virginity was a potent memory.

Billy’s “gigglestick” began to tingle as he realized what lay ahead of him. While he desired the carnal embrace, he felt mighty juberous about crossing the bridge to manhood as his father cheered him on.


  1. Southern United States: Alteration of dubious.


doubtful, dubious, hesitating, reluctant, undecided


/ˈdʒu bər əs/


From the South Midland and Southern United States intended to be a humorous alteration of dubious.

Cite this Entry

Modern Language Association (MLA Style)

“Juberous.” The Effin’ Word, The Effin’ Word, Accessed 18 June 2024.

The Effin’ Word, s.v. “juberous”, accessed June 18, 2024,

The Effin’ Word. (n.d.). Juberous. In The Effin’ Word. Retrieved June 18, 2024, from

Like how we used juberous in a sentence?