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Blurb, from blurt and blubber. A short ‘descriptive’ piece of writing, written without much thought or content, and which can be safely ignored.
People are skeptical about blurbs because they sense the insincerity of the genre
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A spill on oneself.
1. "You blurbed spaghetti sauce on your shirt!"

2. Kathy had a blurb on her pants when the dip fell off her chip.
by Azure Moon November 22, 2009
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A blurry boob due to poor video/picture quality.
Blurbs are pretty hot.
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Rolled up or normal Cigarette
OR!
A cigar
You got a blurb mate?
Im out for a blurb.
Omg i didnt know you blurbed?!
Yeah im blurbing now.
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A time that is unfavorably reviewed upon.
I'd just like to forget that blurb in my life where I was sick in the hospital.
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blurb
blərb

adjective: blurby, bluuuuurb
1. The essence of being completely fat and lazy, devoid of any motivation other that sitting on a couch, eating and watching tv and/or playing video games.

verb: blurb, blurbing. blurbed
1. The act of being completely, uselessly, lazy.
2. To watch tv and/or play video games while eating food high in sugar and fats.

noun: blurber
1. One who blurbs or is currently in the act of blurbing.
adjective: "Wow, I can believe Tiffany is so bluuuuuurb!"

verb: "What do you want to do this weekend?" "Oh, I'm just going to stay home and blurb".

noun: "That blurber hasn't moved from that spot in hours, I wonder where he goes to the bathroom?"
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