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  • Worse, when Bond is following her in a casino, she leaves the main area and walks into a video parlor and Bond has to stand next to a bleeeping and blurping video game while trying to look suave.

    Michael Giltz: DVDs: Just A Tiny Bit Of Comfort, 007

  • I'd say more but I'm tired and MSN keeps blurping at me! previously + currently

    thewhat Diary Entry

  • A little boy maybe five years old raced out between us, hopped aboard the Big Wheel, and roared around the cul-de-sac, blurping his lips to make engine noises.

    Little Girl Blue

  • The water should be high enough to surround most of the bowl, but not so high that it's in danger of blurping up into the bowl of chocolate if the water boils.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • The artist also disrupts the dance party with a blurping, monophonic synth solo in the middle and a silent psych-out before the last verse.

    Denver Post: All Blogs

  • Worse, when Bond is following her in a casino, she leaves the main area and walks into a video parlor and Bond has to stand next to a bleeeping and blurping video game while trying to look suave.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

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