2 definitions by Helbereth

The exact origin of blarg is unknown, though many claim to have invented the word. Many contend that it is a relatively recent addition to the vocabulary - that it has only been around, perhaps, for less than 20 years - while others are confident that its origin can be traced back to biblical times, but no proof exists for either theory.

Blarg is a nonsense word used to replace virtually any other word in the English language. Known to replace simple greetings like hello, melancholic resignations like oh well, as well as endearments like sweetie and profanity like mother-fucker, the exact definition is based on the situational context and the speaker's tone.

Being more flexible than other such nonsense words, blarg can also be used to replace entire sentences and even simple conversations, though those situations often depend on facial expressions and even the use of props or hand movements to further define the word usage.
Inquiry: "Blarg?" (quizzically holding out a cigarette) "No thanks, I don't smoke."

Profanity: "What the blarg is that blarg doing? Get the blarg off the road!"

Endearment: "Blarg! You shouldn't have!"

Resignation: "Blarg, man..."

Greeting: "Blarg!"
by Helbereth February 24, 2010
Sutton is a podunk town in Worcester County, Massachusetts (area code 508, zip code 01590) about 10 miles north of the border between Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island and approximately 50 miles from Boston.

Highlights include:

Routes 146 and 122 which serve as quick ways out of town.

Trees.

Tony's Pizza (this is as close as I could get to a reason to bother stopping here... it's damn good stuff).

More Trees.

Package store (lots of people use alcohol to get through boredom).

A couple stop signs (there's a few lights too, but, really... not enough to count them).

Still more trees.

A half-decent school (I gots muh learnin' hare).

Clean air (the Blackstone River funk doesn't loom over Sutton the way it does in other nearby towns).

Again, trees.

Purgatory Chasm (a glacier left this behind... I left 2 pairs of shoes there...)

Pleasant Valley Country Club (this is a highlight to some people...)

There's not much else to say.
Person 1: Sutton? I may have been here before... is that the one with the... uh... hmm...
Person 2: Trees?
Person 1: Yeah, I think...
Person 2: There's other things here, too, I think.
Person 1: (thinks) Is that where that guy got shot?
Person 2: Probably not.
Person 1: Oh look, entering Millbury.
Person 2: What was that town we were just in?
Person 1: Uh... I forgot.
person 2: Huh...
by Helbereth June 15, 2011

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