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- XKCD 148, 181, 124, 442, and especially 239, oh and....
- blog-blag-brag An interesting etym for the phrase, follow the link.
- How to blag your way into homosexuality?: completely strange usage, follows no historical pattern I've ever heard.
- a blag: a blog brag: Title and example of a classic blag.
- Brag Blog Entry: an ironic outline of a classic blag.
- Fender's BLAG: again, a premeditated blag.
- I should probably have looked for durably archived examples, but this seemed sillier/more descriptive. - Amgine/talk 03:11, 11 September 2009 (UTC)
- I didn't have too much luck with finding attestation. Lots of scannos for blog, some possible other meanings, including a UK slang term. DCDuring TALK 03:26, 11 September 2009 (UTC)
Perhaps the noun form of the word is worth reviewing too: "(Internet slang) A blog featuring copious bragging." It looks like these forms of the word have become more popular since someone last tried to add it here. There is an [http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=blag urban dictionary entry], and several self-proclaimed blags: (sorry for the lack of links; I can't hyperlink without creating an account)
- [http://www.blaghag.com/ BlagHag's blog] (which has been moved [http://freethoughtblogs.com/blaghag here])
- [http://blaggblogg.blogspot.com/ BlaggBlogg]
- [http://krisjet.tumblr.com/ Krisjet's Blag]
- [http://amamake.blogspot.com/ Nursultan's Pirate Blag]
- [http://www.pinterest.com/littlecuppycake/blig-blag-blog/ Blig Blag Blog]
These are just a few of the search results I've found. Any objections? --184.108.40.206 14:56, 9 October 2013 (UTC)
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The entry for this UK (?) colloquial term apparently has many senses. Which ones are transitive? Which intransitive? Which both? Can the wording be made to reflect those facts? Usage examples would help. Some of the senses seem generalizable/mergeable. DCDuring TALK 14:24, 13 July 2011 (UTC)
- I tend to agree, there's a lot of overlap. I would merge some of these. I think it's always transitive. Mglovesfun (talk) 10:35, 8 June 2012 (UTC)