Bob is a Minion from the Despicable Me series. He is a short, bald Minion with heterocromia. He is a childish, immature Minion, but also shows some maturity when he is shown to be interested in a parade against the war. He also gets a little plumper during an audition scene in Despicable Me 2.
Bob is a Minion who loves teddy bear Tim. He also is a fan of bedtime stories. In fact, he often carries a teddy bear in his arms. The teddy bear Tim is brown and has yellow button eyes. He is stuffed and has a sign on his head that reads “BOO YA!”
Bob was initially introduced in the credits of Despicable Me 2 as the only Minion who had an interest in Kevin’s journey. Bob later became a major character in the series. In the film, he is played by Kim Yoo Jin. He has a more mature appearance compared to the other Minions, but has a similar voice. He also has a lighter green eye.
The word bob comes from bobben, which is a Middle English verb that means to shake or to strike. It also means to move gently. It is related to the Scots and Old French words bog (to shake) and bober (to move as though in water).
Bob also has a resemblance to Agnes Gru, although he has a lighter green eye and a spiky tuft of hair around his face. Unlike the other Minions, Bob does not appear to have a horn or other physical features, but he does have a similar facial structure to Jerry. In the film, he is a bit more friendly and mature than other Minion characters.
He also has a red hat, which makes him stand out in a crowd. He is described as a “little brother” who loves bedtime stories. He also has a brown teddy bear, which he often carries. He is also a member of the Minions, and is involved in chasing Felonius Gru.
In the movie, he is also shown to be more mature than the other Minions, as he shows a greater willingness to help his fellow Minion friends. He is also able to swim. He even joins the Minion tribe on their quest to find Gru. In the film, he also meets Professor Flux.
The word bob has been a part of English language since 1789. In the past, it was used to describe round masses such as plumb-lines or weights at the end of a fishing line. It has also been used to describe a 10-cent coin. In the UK, a bob is a dated slang term for light infantryman.
The term bob was first used as a nickname. It has become a common term for people. It is also used in a variety of senses, including as a noun for a short haircut.
There are many different bob styles. Some look great on a woman who has thin or thick hair, and some can make a person look younger. It is a great choice for anyone, and can be styled to fit a person’s personality and hair texture.