Average, "I dunno" sort of expression. Instead of a word you'd say 'bleh'.
Well, it was just kinda... bleh.
Bleh can now be seen as the opposite of blah. something that is hip, cool. stylish, stands out, sweet and not plain boring. Probably the coolest newest use of a word.
If someone yells "bleeeeeh!" as a car drives by, then the car is probably really cool or tricked out. If someone says "i'm wearing all bleh," it means they are wearing cool, hip clothing.
If you don't believe this definition then your probably not all bleeeh anymore. Its like the word "ill", "sick", "gnarly" in that it means sort of the opposite when said the right way. This is the coolest newest use of a word. "The word "bleh" is all Bleeeh!"
a. I'm feeling kinda bleh ..
b. BLEH! This is ridiculous!
The thing that all cartoon vampires, and some who aren't cartoons, have to say
"Bleh! Bleh! I'm going to suck your blood!" said the vampire.
a bleh is a beer in every single country. Don't believe me? next time you're @ the bar/pub ask for a BLEH.
"hey, can i have a BLEH?"
You mean a beer?
"I said i want a BLEH."
A beer it is then.
To show disgustion in a certain act, by pretending to gag or hurl
Ew, your feet are Bleh!
When spoken by the non-Tenor, "bleh" is a simple interjection. However, when spoken by a Tenor, "bleh" transcends all languages, and can mean anything that the Tenor speaker wishes it to. This extremely advanced form of communication is understood and spoken only by Tenors.
"Bleh bleh bleh bleh bleh bleh bleh bleh bleh." Translation: "Wow, she's really cute, I wonder if I could get her phone number... Wait a second, I'm a Tenor, of course I can."
An exclamation made when jumping out and ambushing someone out of nowhere.
Goldie, the manly female pirate: "Look! She's got gold on her shoes!" Trots over with arms outstretched menacingly and hops in front of the tourist. "BLEH!"