n.
Bling, Also Known as "Heavy Shit", "Gold",
Cheap, Tacky, "Real Gold, init", Jewelery worn by
townies. The Best outlet for this trendy plastic crap is your local market or for those living larger towns your local Argos. When Buying bling always remeber to use money that was aquired by either: Prostitution, Dealing or Robbing a Year 1 of his/her Dinner money, Otherwise your sale will be rejected.
"I juus' bor' dis well gud bling, bruv,init."
"Ahhh Mate Respect."
"It cos' me five eighy."
"Bruv that is Well 'sensive"
"yeah, me bitch wuz on da game fur munfs"
"Safe!"
作者 Marc King of Bling 2005年9月07日
Chav-ish for shiny, gaudy, overpriced, fake gold and/or silver jewellery. See also bling-bling
Chav 1: Check out ma bling, bruv.
Chav 2: Yeh, dass brill bling, innit bruv.
作者 Bill Leslie 2005年5月23日
Any type of jewelry, notably the expensive type. Named from the "bling" sound when light shines off of jewelry in a motion picture or cartoon. Coined by heavy use in lyrics by rapper Lil Wayne.
I visited Jakob the Jeweler and bought me some bling to wear to the club tonite.
作者 djcavant 2006年5月26日
Although all the rage today, bling couldn't have existed a few years ago; FDR, after all, made the private ownership of gold illegal and confiscated all gold in the country.
Although all the rage today, bling couldn't have existed a few years ago.
作者 mamacup 2010年11月29日
some of that good "ice" or crystal meth what ever the fuck you want to call it.
you know anybody lookin just hit me up on the celly i got that bling homeboy
作者 solo1419 2010年8月31日
Shiny/jewellery/car/ expensive things
Have u seen her house? It's bling bling, have u seen his car? How bling!
作者 Germ 2005年6月23日
To send an instant electronic message to, through such instant messaging services as AIM, Yahoo!, MSN, et al.

This usage of the word comes from the default "bling"-like noise in AIM, made when a message is received.
Robert's away message read, "I'm watchin TV in the next room right now. If you need me, bling me to get my attention."
作者 Icebreed 2005年5月19日

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