GERBER IS BARF
So Dave and I were chatting with our friend today and Dave tries to say that something "makes him sick." He used an expression that literally means to feel sick, when our friend pulled out a new verb: gerber.
Gerber is slang for vomit. As in barf, puke, upchuck, toss your cookies, yell at your shoes, bow to the porcelain god, etc.
So the question is, did the French invent their verb gerber after they fed the baby food to their children, or was Gerber trying to be funny?