Popular, conventional wisdom which may be factually right or wrong, but which loses meaning through frequent, often thoughtless repetition.
"Tommy never thinks for himself. He just repeats these blurks that he hears all day on CNN and then tries to pass it off as wisdom."

Examples of blurks:

"The Presidential election is important, but really, it's the Federal Reserve Chairman who's the most powerful man in the free world."

"We're the work hard/play hard college."

"The best thing about the Super Bowl is the commercials."

"Offense wins games, defense wins championships."
от Greg Page 21 февруари 2008
to spew, chuck, or to throw up.

when something is disgusting
Brett "hey guess what, that show 2 and a half men is on now.."

Kate "oh really"

Brett "yeah really"

Kate "BLURK"
от brett_pancakes 01 май 2008
A lurker on a blog. (n)
To lurk and read a blog, but not comment (v)
I blurk on Dooce, but I am too shy to comment.
от pony 21 март 2005

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