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Definition of blurg


  • When you can't explain something. It's how you end a sentence instead of trailing off.
    I'm so stressed. It's just... blurg.

    Last edited on Jan 11 2003. Submitted by Kelly from Sudbury, Canada on Jan 11 2003.


  • /bl'rg/ ~ (blerg) ~ A short discussion briefly covering a subject and/or a short textual description. Compare with blurb.

    Citation from "The Great Information Swindle....", brt&ctm, Citizen Smith, October 7, 2014 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Oct 07 2014. Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 07 2014.

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