From Woody Allen’s Take the Money and Run (1969). Woody Allen’s character hands the teller a note with that written on it. The teller, though, can’t read it, insisting that the note doesn’t say “gun”, it says “gub”
The robbery fails, and Allen’s character is arrested.
I listen to “Nights with Alice Cooper” on my way to work the other night and he was laughing over “I have a gub” then a few days later the morning radio guy mentioned this Slattery guy and all I could think was “I have a gub”.
Sorry, I wish I hadn’t said that, and had it in the back of my mind after posting it. I had a bitchy day at work(remote), fighting tooth and nail for what had been signed off on at what had not been on a Friday EOB Deadline. And struck at an inaccuracy.