It can be used in place for a word.
It can be used to be totally freaking random.
It can be used for basically anything.
It means whatever u want it to mean.
It can be used to fill in awkward silences.
It could also be used to say something in an IM when u can't think of what to say.
It means nothing. Yet everything.
Person B: WHAT!?
Person A: Bloop.
Person B: Omg Are you serious!?
Person A: Yes.
Person B: Holy Crap. :O
2. AIM buddy #1: Hey!
AIM buddy #2: Hey! What's Up?
AIM buddy #1: Not Much. How 'bout you?
AIM buddy #2: Not Much. Just chillin'
--10 minutes later--
AIM buddy #1: So...
AIM buddy #2: Yeah..
--10 minutes later--
AIM buddy #1: Bloop.
AIM buddy #2: LoL..What was that?
3. What the Bloop!?
4. Holy Bloop!!
Bloop or The Bloop is a mysterious ultra-low and extremely powerful underwater frequency detected by the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in 1997. The source of the sound remains unknown.
The sound, traced to somewhere around 50° S 100° W (a remote point in the south Pacific Ocean west of the southern tip of South America), was detected several times by the Equatorial Pacific Ocean autonomous hydrophone array. This system was developed as an autonomous array of hydrophones that could be deployed in any oceanographic region to monitor specific phenomena. It is primarily used to monitor undersea seismicity, ice noise, and marine mammal population and migration. This is a stand alone system designed and built by NOAA's Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory (PMEL) to augment the U.S. Navy SOund SUrveillance System (SOSUS), equipment originally designed to detect Soviet submarines.
And yet another thing that makes Bloop even fucking scarier is the fact that the sounds were at a special frequency that shows that these were in-fact made by living things at the very bottom of the ocean. And in the H.P. Lovecraft (the guy that wrote about things like Shoggoth, Cthuluhu, and others) books, it states that the place where Cthuluhu sleeps is located almost exactly where The Bloop was traced. What the unholy fuck. Not to mention Lovecraft died 60 years before these sounds were ever recorded.
I played The Bloop when my cat was in the room and my cat went fucking apeshit. I'm not kidding.
John took a fat bloop and had a seizure, it was so gnarly!