abbreviation of bell-end conjured up by rawsy as a replacement for the out-dated and over-used rockend
rawsy: "Dave, you're just a blend"
1. To try and tag along where you are not wanted
2. To try and get in on an in-joke which doesn't involve you
1. All the girls sat on the table, then Alan came and sat with them. What a blend!
2. Alan laughed when we mentioned this time at the pub when he wasn't there. Blend!
Most common in Leeds youth dialect.
1)Verb- To improvise in order to solve a difficulty, or divert suspicion away from oneself. Usually achieved by hiding, acting or concealing something.
2) An act of blending.
1) A man came out of his house, so I had to blend it behind a bush
2)She asked where i was going. I told her i was going home and she believed it. What a blend!
A posh word for bellend, safe for use at work or other related places.
An abbreviation off bellend; b'lend
What did you do that for Bizbo !? You're such a blend
Blend - the common merging of the words BELL and END to reply with quick response during an insult war. Also used to simply 'pull someones pants down' in front of a group of peers or fine young females.
Craig - you are a right Blend lad
Mark - Cheers mate, much appreciated
To leave an area.
To run away.
This use of the word is common round my zones
(area) in Leeds, England.
a word that can mean literally any verb
1. im going to blend this cigarrette
2. I'd blend your mum any day
3. does it blend?
4. She got blended last night