CIBO (pronounced- chee-bow)Name for a non-pretentious person who enjoys all food. Either talking about food, or eating food, a cibo is happy with all things food and takes minimal amount of pictures. Cibo is the antithesis of a foodie. Foodie, once used to describe a person with an interest in all things food, became a word to represent the most snobbish, arrogant and pretentious of the food enthusiasts. Cibo then became a new word for folks appreciative, but not uptight about all things food.
Heather considered herself a cibo, as she loved going to the grocery store and looking at all the different types of food.
作者 PAVL0V 2012年1月04日
Food, grub
Let's go get some cibo. I'm hungry!
作者 alano 2003年9月30日
Is a nickname for a Fat person.

It comes from the Italian word Cibo meaning Food. It's another word for an obese person.

The word Cibo is commonly used in lower Austria for prostitutes since they used to ask for food in return for sex.
Anna is such a Cibo.

A cibo came by asking for food today.
作者 poelzl 2011年10月09日

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