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Matteo V
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Re: light wind surfboard VS foil board

Postby Matteo V » Tue Oct 03, 2017 3:20 pm

iriejohn wrote:
Mon Oct 02, 2017 8:06 pm


http://dictionary.cambridge.org/diction ... -blah-blah
blah, blah, blah
exclamation UK ​ /ˌblɑː blɑː ˈblɑː/ /ˌblɑː blɑː ˈblɑː/ informal

used to mean "and other words that mean very little":
Thank you for taking the time to look up the dictionary definition for accuracy. And thank you for not attributing the reference to the dictionary definition to me this time. I very much appreciate that I have not had a statement falsely attributed to me for a second time.

To help you understand what I am saying this time, I am saying "thank you".

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Re: light wind surfboard VS foil board

Postby iriejohn » Tue Oct 03, 2017 3:51 pm

"bla bla bla" is frequently used this side of the pond and it wasn't until I looked for a dictionary definition that I realised that it is a peculiarly British expression.

Matteo V
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Gear: Delta Kites and LF Kitefish QuadMod
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Re: light wind surfboard VS foil board

Postby Matteo V » Tue Oct 03, 2017 7:39 pm

Both the Midwestern US and the West coast do make extensive use of that particular term. But thanks for that tid-bit.


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