( verb: being) : in Nordic countries such as Scandinavia and Canada, to come late to work because of an ice or snow storm
Although snow and ice are a problem in Canada, being blown off course is not an excuse for coming late to work.
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(Being, verb): coming late to work because of a snowstorm, icestorm, or sandstorm.
I was almost blown off course today cuz of the weather.
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To recieve oral in a secluded part of a golf course.

(Or mountain bike trail, ski slope, ship, etc)
- Dude, where's Mike? I haven't seen him since the 16th hole.
- Oh, he's being blown off course by that hot babe who works in the pro shop.

or

- Captain! I've been blown off course!
- Sweet! Did she swallow?
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(Being, verb): in Nordic countries such as Canada, coming late to work because of a snowstorm or icestorm.
I was almost blown off course today cuz of the weather; however, being blown off course is not an excuse.
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