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Google tells me it means this


Noun 1. blether - idle or foolish and irrelevant talk

chin music, idle talk, prate, prattle

chatter, yack, yak, yakety-yak, cackle - noisy talk

Verb 1. blether - to talk foolishly; "The two women babbled and crooned at the baby"

blather, blither, smatter, babble

blabber, palaver, piffle, prate, prattle, tattle, tittle-tattle, twaddle, gabble, gibber, blab, clack, maunder, chatter - speak (about unimportant matters) rapidly and incessantly


This word should account for 95% of my posts

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It took me a while to work out what the frock you were all talking about [pinched]


I must say that I babble, bore, ramble and whine but I never blether [annoyed]


What a weird word [sick] [pouty] sounds like some kind of roadkill and innards stew...conjures up mental images as bad as the new dodgy brotheres DIY moniker [innocent]



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I prefer to ramble


Yes we know RR - good to see you are still around [biggrin]


Must say, I had a quiet laugh to myself when I settled on 'blether'. Changing the name was prompted by Ross when he pointed out that club conversations is not so accurate, now there is no club [pinched]


Can't claim any responsibility for DIY, though [bandit]

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What, this dot??






Very observant, Andris - when I changed the title it would not let me out of the screen without including a description. At this point, my low interest light was shining brightly, hence the dot [innocent]

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