Used in football terminology to denoted a defensive play in which many defensive players are used to try and break through the offensive line (the line protecting the quarterbacks and running backs). A Blitz usually leaves the defence vulnerable to passing plays, but it also cuts down on the time the quarterback has to throw the ball (it's main purpose is to put pressure on the quarterback or sack the quarterback).
Barney: Missed what?!
Robin: We were in the thanksgiving parade!
(Prior Blitz): yea and i was there!
Barney: Awwww man!!
(Barney becomes the blitz)
"Blitz" (both dash for car)
Usually invokes a feeling of separation from life, like you're the only one and everyone else is moving around you. Time usually seems warped, and stupid things are suddenly hilarious.
I can't do this test, I didn't get enough sleep so I'm totally blitzed.
Don't bother talking to Frederick, that chick asked him out and he's blitzing.
1. (verb, transitive) To send (someone) an e-mail message or file, especially via the BlitzMail program.
2. (noun) An e-mail message, especially one received via the BlitzMail program.
2. "Man, I've only been away for an hour and I have like 30 new blitzes."