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Definition of blang-blang

blang-blang

  • exclamation upon seeing an attractive person. It can also mean, "Look, I've arrived at the party, and I'm sexually irresistable to all of you."
    Blang-blang! That girl/boy has got it goin' ON!

    Last edited on May 06 2011. Submitted by david l. from Boerne, TX, USA on Jun 11 2002.

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