Did you possibly mean blog?
- adj. informal bloglike
- blog + -y (Wiktionary)
“I originally fell in bloggy love with Leah when she did this post of a painting inspired by a Rumi poem.”
“Thanks for sharing with us out here in bloggy land!”
“Writing fiction, as opposed to writing bloggy, is more of a 7 course meal.”
“Yes, there really was a time when Stephen Taylor defended the notion of bloggy anonymity.”
“In response to your other question, I'd call bloggy comments "windy" and more public lobbying "loudly protesting.”
“Like, oh, it's going to be kind of bloggy and MP3-ey for a while.”
“Maybe I don't know you enough to say itbeing "bloggy" friends only, but I'm proud of you!”
“So why put them in a book and strip them of the very things that make them "bloggy"?”
“I was surprised to learn about myself that I used the word "bloggy" to refer to something that had blog-like characteristics, and the word slid off my lips so easily that I didn't notice it until Torie Hardee (not evil) wrote it down.”
“Relative to your comment about Lear's "bloggy" writing, has someone handed down a prosribed blogging style?”
Looking for tweets for bloggy.