Verb, noun, adjective and pronoun (separately or all together).
Situation: Person 1 gives a series of advanced lectures about the laws of things that don't exist or aren't here and concludes by stating that too much hot air has been spoken on the topic by other persons.
Person 2: "they blag a bit don't they".
Person 3: "what a lot of blag".
Person 4: "and after sitting through those interminably blag deliverances, the blag tells us this".
Situation: a Professor announces to students that he will only be lecturing for half an hour of each scheduled lecture (being 60 minutes each in the schedule), every week for the duration of the semester because he doesn't feel like it.
Person 2: "who the blag does this blagger think he's blagging. I'm getting a fees refund".
Person 3: "blag it. blag. total blagging blag".
I had to blag my way through the interview.
2) Make up a false excuse
3) To make up as you go along
Jessie: Nah, I just blagged my way out of it
2)Mike: Oh god that geography exam was so hard! I couldn't answer any of it. How bout you?
Kim: I know it was so hard. I just blagged my way through it
Mike: You're the queen blagger!
2) to steal
3) to be lucky
4) skillfully worm your way out of a tricky situation, or manage to cinvince someone that something is true. need charm and confidence to pull off.
P1: you should have come to the club last night, britney spears was there!!
P2: *in his head* why the fuck does he blag so much?? im obviously not gonna believe that!
P1: where have you got all this money from suddenly?
P2: i blagged the corner shop and the till was full.
Ex. 3 - *guy throws a basketball the whole length of the court and makes the shot*
P1: you blagging bastard that was so lucky!!
P2: im just deadly hahaha
P1: we going to the game tonight?
P2: i thought you had to look after the kids all day
P1: i blagged my way out of it and have got the day free now!!