New blog names

In the wonderful world of blogs, there are many different kinds. The only rule is, those new words must all begin with “bl”:

Blink: A very, very short blog post, so short, if you blink it’s gone

Blong: A blog that takes forever to read because of all the comments attached. Pronounced “belong”, as in the readers all belong to the post.

Bling: A very fancy blog, with lots of funny text and bouncing images etc.

Blah: An angry posting, just used to vent rage against the world

Blubber: Crying over your misfortunes online. Sad.

Blabber: A mix between a blah and a blubber. Doubly sad.

Blush: A blog entry that one comes to regret later with dread.

Blip: A blinky blush.

Blag: A blog with attitude

Blast: A fun blog

Bleery: A drunken entry. (Normally you’d say bad spelling is the giveaway to identifying a bleery, but on the web that rule doesn’t work…)

Blame: A lame blog

Blimp: A very lame blog

Blur: The way any blog looks when the reader is drunk

Blue: A rude blog

Blogerospasm: Inability to stop blogging

Blodge: A stodgy blog

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6 Comments

  1. susan said,

    June 6, 2007 at 11:35 am

    Dear Sir, I had a ‘Blodge’ this morning. SA.

  2. schroxy said,

    June 8, 2007 at 2:19 am

    Oh wow, thanks for commenting on my uh… post about flatulence. After i wrote it i thought it was a “blimp” then got embarrassed and ran away. I actually checked out my blog here because i was going to delete it. Great story on the song Fernando by the way. I’m somewhat of an Abba fan, i’ll try the lyrics out when i hear that song next. Thanks again.

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