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blubber gut(s)

A pejorative term for one who is obese. Before sticking to a healthy diet and exercise routine, I was a real blubber guts.
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blubber gut(s)

(ˈbləbɚ ˈgət(s))
n. a fat person. (Also a rude term of address.) Why doesn’t that blubber gut do something about all that weight?
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blubber gut

verb
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References in classic literature ?
An hour later the lamps blazed in Kadlu's house; snow-water was heating; the pots were beginning to simmer, and the snow was dripping from the roof, as Amoraq made ready a meal for all the village, and the boy-baby in the hood chewed at a strip of rich nutty blubber, and the hunters slowly and methodically filled themselves to the very brim with seal-meat.
"We'll have to sell the cottage," he blubbers into his cappuccino.
Possible blubbers would have been the emotionally charged Costantino Rocca or Jarmo Sandelin, but both are missing.