One generation and then another grew up with chubby as the happy harbinger of summer.
The scandal drove the company from the street business, but chubby acquired a truck of his own.
Example: “The same poli from the boardwalk—Officer Mustache—hitched his belt up under his chubby belly and approached the scene.”
As Maria set out to begin another day in the ice cream truck, chubby would roll alongside her for part of the route.
So I propose a new way to deal with this dilemma, based on what I call the chubby Toddler Theory of Facebook.
His face changed, and he took the chubby hand so gently, that Polly peeped to see what it meant.
He wore large, round spectacles, and had pink, chubby cheeks.
Mr. Peck raised his hands, palms upward, and then dropped them to his chubby knees with a sharp slap.
They were not fat babies—oh no, oh no—not fat but just chubby and easy to squeeze.
Mr. Bodery extended his chubby white hand and touched a small gong.
ME chubbe ... was also used of a "lazy, spiritless fellow; a rustic, simpleton; dolt, fool" (1558), whilst Bailey has "Chub, a Jolt-head, a great-headed, full-cheeked Fellow," a description reminiscent of that of the chevin, another name for the chub ... Thus the nickname may have meant either "short and thick, dumpy like a chub," or "of the nature of a chub, dull and clownish." ["Dictionary of English Surnames"]