"A Uniform System of Citation" used during law school. Commonly referred to as "bitchbook" and is often the bane of law student's existence. Law Reviews often employ the Bluebook citation metho.
My professor requires that I learn Bluebook citation for my appellate brief although it is completely different from the citation method I will use after I graduate from law school.
by lawpunk March 5, 2009
bluebook: noun, /bluː bʊk/
A book which has blue cover and aims to be a blueprint for the uniform citation system. Nonetheless, it has effectively become a book for the unicorn charlie system making people blue - both face and mood.
"Did you follow the rule of bluebook?"
"Wrong citation, shit."
*thud*
by helloken December 19, 2011
The verb used to describe when a girl invites you over to watch the notebook and then fails to put out. While rare, this is the absolute worst movie date and leaves the guy looking like a complete pussy.
She invited him over to watch a movie and he got bluebooked.

Dude, she totally bluebooked me bro!
by The Swoop January 21, 2010
The last publicly acknowledged USAF investigation into UFOs, which started in March 1952. Its aims were to find explanations for UFO sightings, to assess whether they were a threat to national security, and to determine if the UFOs used advanced technology from which the US could learn. Reports were collected, analyzed and filed according to their results. No-one noticed anything was wrong with the project until one of the people on the investigation team sent in his own sighting. It was filed, but when he wanted to refer back to his report, it had disappeared. He then alleged that any reports that were both unexplained and could cause public uproar were siphoned off out of Blue Book to somewhere else higher up in authority, a claim that ufologists now see as fact. Blue Book was wound up in 1969 as a result of the Condon Report and one of its investigators, Dr J. Allen Hynek, went on to form the first scientific based UFO group, the Center for UFO Studies, in 1973.
After closing Project Blue Book the US
Air Force has not publicly acknowledged any further interest in UFO sightings.
by ufologist February 6, 2005
1. A copy of "The Uniform System of Citation" carefully annotated by a law student seeking a position on Law Journal.
2. A book whose owner should shampoo a crotch.
"This campsite is rad, too bad it has no shower."
"Not to worry -- Mads has a tabbed bluebook."
"Really? Sweet."
by HarrierPride March 27, 2008
A person who is very difficult to work with. One who is demanding and unreasonable, quick to place blame without first researching the facts. A person who does not care about the feelings of others or of the consequences their words and actions have on others. They find it easier to blame someone than to find out the root cause of the problem or ever admit they may be at fault. Their behavior may be attributed to the lack of oxygen to their brain from the constricting outdated mom jeans that they tend to wear.
It would be better to bang your head on a wall over and over again than to hold a conversation with Bluebook Bob.
by Tired of Bob February 2, 2012