Jun 24 Word of the Day
An exclamation made when your friends or family are teasing you to a point where you can't handle it anymore and a hissy fit is in order.

Derived from a YouTube user's famed outburst following Britney's lackluster performance at the 2007 VMA's.
Sarah: 'OMG Susan, I can't believe you are wearing the same skirt as yesterday. Oh, and by the way, EVERYONE knows what you did with Kevin on the weekend. Plus you look a little fat, are you retaining water?'

Susan: 'LEAVE BRITNEY ALONE!'
by Billy Chickenhole September 15, 2007
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A phrase used by the British, to portray anger or sudden shock. It can also be used to emphasise words.
Bloody hell the house looks like a pigsty
I can't get this bloody thing working
by Br1tishs7ang July 16, 2017
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Slang term in the UK, Australia and some other Commonwealth countries. Very, very common. Is NOT the alternative to "fucking" because it is more in the range of offense to "damn".

Used before a word to make it more angry, appealing, exaggerative, etc.
by Welshboy3 November 06, 2004
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Archaic swearword originating in England, originating from the even more archaic phrase 'By God's blood', but nobody really knows that or cares. DOESN'T mean 'fucking' you screwheads.. We use that word too!
"Bloody buggering hell!!"

- Rimmer from Red Dwarf

Why the hell is this 'example too short?' I swear, if this one doesn't work, I am going to track down those urbandictionary guys and use their spines as glockenspiels
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Bloody is a lot of blood spilled. Also used as English profanity. Or to over exaggerate something or someone.
1: I can't be arsed with this bloody ridiculous contraption! (Also a reference to Conker's Bad fur day.)

2. It's bloody freezing as hell!
by Bruh when will I get my drink? November 30, 2018
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very mild swearword used mainly in Uk but also very common (I am told) in Austrailia. Can be used before or in the middle of words/phrases to emphasize meaning - be it good, sarcastic or bad. It really does sound silly when americans say it - think about it, it's the equivalent to a brit saying 'mall' or 'nimrod' It's just not right. try saying some of these in an american accent for amusment (really no offence look at brit's saying sidewalk and math - equally amusing!).
fan-bloody-tastic (sarcasm)
bloody good idea (well done! good thinking)
Oh bloody hell (damn)
have a bloody good birthday (happy... or vaguely evil)
too bloody right (in agrement)
or my personal favourite 'abso-bloody-lutely' (yeah innit)
by sylv February 27, 2005
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