blah blah blah, “as close to despicable as anything I can imagine.”
They tried to justify with her taking all these other pills and blah blah.
blah, blah, blah…There was a time when I was very overworked and I was doing music and movies and so many things.
The result, however, was a triple-decker Meh sandwich, slathered with blah.
This week: a Frankenstein play hits London, the blah blah blah life of Keith Richards, and where does yoga come from?
This morning, however, the Bureau of Labor Statistics served up a meh burger, slathered with blah sauce.
And it comes a few days in advance of what everyone expects will be a small-thinking, modest, blah jobs speech by the president.
I saw all the papers … They said that I was a scoundrel, blah, blah, blah.
They had been through it all before in Madrid, Oslo, Camp David, Taba, Annapolis, and blah, blah, blah.
As Daniel Gross puts it, "a triple-decker Meh sandwich, slathered with blah."
"idle, meaningless talk," 1918, probably echoic; the adjective meaning "bland, dull" is from 1919, perhaps influenced by French blasé "bored, indifferent." The blahs "depression" is attested by 1966.
An expression of disagreement, contempt, etc; bullshit (1920s+)
[echoic; but first sense said to be fr French blase´, ''indifferent, bored'']