a phrase with which to describe any feeling of boredom, anger, disappointment, fear or saddness. a shortened version of “bleeeeee” is often used to express the exact opposite- feelings of extreme happiness and euphoria.
-hey harper, how was english today?
– blee blah! long powerpoint and i didn’t do my homework
-hey mackenzie, how much do you love your new french bulldog?
another word for “b-tch”, and used around people who shouldn’t know you’re saying that word.
son of a bleeblah
closely related to the blah blah, but used by more plinky plonky types unable to express themselves coherently. the subject may believe that they are communicating, but the noise coming out of their mouths just sounds like ‘blee blah, blee blah’. quite tragic really
justine: did you have a good night at darts?
allen: blee blah blee blah
- bleeding heart disease
originally a song t-tle by the punk band nofx, bleeding heart disease pokes fun at people who are “bleeding hearts” and “heart disease” (a real disease). someone who has bleeding heart disease often suffers from chronic and naive sympathy for anyone and everything, especially around politically sensitive issues. the sympathetic emotions are often unjustified and […]
- weston, wv
a boring little town in the middle of west virginia. located here, is the trans-allegheny lunatic asylum, where many patients with mental disorders and such came from across the east coast. the town itself, is small and insignificant, with nothing ever happening. ever. the ghost hunters (or t.a.p.s.) once did a paranormal investigation of the […]
- battle lake rodeo
two males touch themselves while while has his foot in the others -n-s. john: hey bill, what size shoe do you wear? bill: size 12, why? john: just wondering, you want to do a battle lake rodeo with me later? bill: h-ll yeah!!
- wet poon spoon
wet poon spoon is when someone spoons there tongue and sticks it in a willing poon hole. “hey baby, do you want me to wet poon spoon your sn-tch?”
when a p-ssy gets wet. u’d have to look up wet p-ssy. (wettinate)