- bloomsbury group,
- bloor, ella reeve,
Origin of blooper
Examples from the Web for blooper
No one was harmed during the filming, but judging by the blooper reel at the end, there were a lot of respawns.Viral Video of the Day: Terminator 2, Grand Theft Auto V Style|Alex Chancey|June 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Palin-Tebow blooper and parody videos are as inextricable from YouTube as salmon is from Alaskan streams.
Word Origin for blooper
"blunder," 1943, apparently first in theater, from American English baseball slang meaning "a fly ball in a high arc missed by the fielder" (1937) or else from the earlier sense "radio receiver that interferes with nearby sets" when a careless operator throws it into oscillation (1926), in which case it imitates the resulting sound.