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To be both dumbfounded and mindboggled simultaneously. When you're in disbelief that something could possibly exist, and yet there it is right in front of you, looming over you and confusing the hell out of you as to how it even got there.
Greg received a video message from his 3-year-old daughter who was at preschool, and was dumbboggled to discover it was a feature-length remake of Cleopatra starring her alongside Christopher Walken, complete with A-grade special effects.

Mya arrived home and walked into her bathroom, only to be dumbboggled by the sight of a 7ft bronze statue of Buddha where the bath used to be.
by Bloopy April 18, 2017
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