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#332 - evictedone (09/15/2012) [-]
**evictedone rolls 67**
Basically dubs is the shortened form of "doubles." Here, at FJ, we can choose to roll numbers in our comments by doing *roll <x>* where x is any single digit number. The number you put in determines how many digits the rolled number will be. So ya stick a 1 where x is and you roll any number between 0~9. Stick a 2 there and the range becomes 00~99.
The answer to you question lies in rolling 2. When you roll two digits, you have the chance of getting dubs. Dubs are two numbers that are the same. 11, 22, 33, and so on. I probably went too far in-depth there, as I believe you are not an idiot. But I did not want any confusion to take place. Have a nice day, there.