2. Announced in extreme irritation.
Background: A spelling error made by a fifteen year old female from long island in the early morning hours when she misspelled the word 'blah' to a friend through an instant message.
After having watched TV for hours without any interruption and still having no social interraction whatsover for said hours: "Blar. This is boring."
Basically blar means anything and everything. It has many uses. you can say it when you are bored or for no reason. it is a noun, and adjective, and a verb.
Some may call it a cuss. you may. it is whatever you want it to be.
blar! (as said in frustration/excitment)
what the blar
holy blarring blar!
Similar to the expression 'blah', with more power. 'blah' has a soft ending, while 'blar' has a more pronounced annunciation. Also, 'blah' usually is an association of a sentiment like 'whatever', 'blar' is not restricted to single context usage.
'blar' can be applied in any context. Differentiating the meaning is dependant on the timing of the word, the tone, and or body language used to convey it.
a: *shrugs shoulders* "blar"
q: "What do you think of that?"
a: *blank look on face* "It's blar."
a: "So I told her what I thought."
q: *puzzled look* "blar?"
OH MY BLAR!
Holy Blarring Blamos!
What the blar?
Are you blarring me right now?
Are you being forblar?
How the Blar? What the Blar?
Are you Blarring my Blamos?
Dude, I'm so blarred right now.
"He's so blarring gay."
You look like a Blar.
"Where you going?" " Just going to blar."
I'm here to blar things up.