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- n. A sound suggesting a splash of or into a volume of semiliquid material.
- v. To be deposited with a blorp.
I grabbed a dishtowel, and where a person without a mobility issue could whip that towel with a mighty snap, striking the buzzing foe, I lifted my towel and it went... blorp.
November 19, 2008 at 12:20 pm kitteh seems more like a sea lion. seals look like one big blorp on the floor.
It's because the captains of the bleep-blorp industry actually do make and lose fortunes in a night for a week each January.
"No one wants to grow up and hear a robot landed and say 'This is one small step for bleep-blorp.'"
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