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The oh so stylish "jewellery" which gives the impression of being rather "cool" and "bling" and tends to give the wearer a "rep". The bigger and more tacky gold the bling the more bling it becomes therefore turining it into bling bling. The bling is usually "gold" (not really, but we won't crush their hopes)but it tends to smell, look, feel EXactly like plastic! Magic! . Some townies have managed to figure that if you scratch it it , it turns SILVER! Wow! BLING BLING!
This bling sometimes come in the form of huge crosses with lots of DIAMONDS!!!! Which also smel, sound, hear , feel wateva, but they do all of this just like plastic AGAIN! Everything must just be so blinging connected, innit?
Townie: Look, innit. There's one of those gofficks, ain't she.
Crew: yeah, we wonna see some beef!
Townie: Beef! yeah. (jumps the whole of 2 inches of bike stolen from a two year old)
(Townie runs at "goff" but is unable to do so due to the huge amount of bling around neck, and also is unable to see due to huge diamante "RD" in "graffiti" letters swinging in face.
Goth runs away.Fast. And laughing.
by RiaB May 23, 2005
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1.
n. synonym for expensive, often flashy jewelry sported mostly by African American hip-hop artists and middle class Caucasian adolescents.

v. to "bling-bling;" the act of sporting jewelry of a highly extravagant gaudy nature.
n. "Man, I gots tha bling-bling, yo."

v. "Damn Johnny, you sure be bling-blinging it tonight!"
by that guy April 16, 2003
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2.
A phrase created by Weezy F. Baby (Lil Wayne)resembling the imaginary sound of a sparkling Diamond.
The song "Bling Bling" can be found in the album "Chopper City in the Ghetto" released in 1999 by B.G. featuring cashmoney members including Lil wayne who sings the chorus "Bling Bling". Since then, this phrase has been popular in the hip-hop culture.
"Bling bling
Everytime I come around yo city
Bling bling
Pinky ring worth about fifty
Bling bling
Everytime I buy a new ride
Bling bling
Lorinsers on Yokahama tires
Bling bling" - Lil wayne Verse #2, "Bling Bling"

by BPierce April 25, 2008
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3.
the noise on mario when he grabs the golden coins.
"dun dun dun dun dundundun dundun dundun dund dundundun" ::bling bling:: dun dun dun dun dund undun udn udn dun dun dun dun dundunudn.
by ashleywrrayy December 09, 2005
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4.
1) A style of flashy attire, usually chains, worn by those pretending to be gangersters of some sort in an attempt to be the largest and flashiest looking.

2) Important lyrics of a touching folk ballad I wrote one day while bored.
1) Direct examples may be found in most rap videos, although the origins of this behaviour may be traced back to the male peacock, whose large tail allowed him to attract several mates while at the same time rendering him defenseless against predators, or in the case of rappers, useless to society.

2) Bling bling bling goes the gangster,
Bang bang bang goes the gun!
by Jim Shinn April 08, 2003
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5.
A phrase meaning expensive diamond and/or platinum jewelery including watches, earrings, chains, rims, rings, teeth, and just about anything else you can think of. Created by The Cash Money Millionaires in theyre song "Bling-Bling"

1999 - 2002
"Bling bling
Everytime I come around yo city
Bling bling
Pinky ring worth about fifty
Bling bling
Everytime I buy a new ride
Bling bling
Lorenzos on Yokahama tires
Bling bling"
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6.
the black mans way of saying daimonds, white gold or anytin that is quite shiny
various rolex can be called bling bling
my blinGblinG was off the hocK wit my icE bezel
by maSTAJ April 10, 2003
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7.
wealth, usually in the form of jewelry or flashy merchandise; can also be used to indicate money
Steve: That is some nice bling-bling you have hanging around your neck.
Bob: Thank you. I bought this neck chain yesterday.
by Jody September 24, 2003
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