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Definition funny of Blean:
a combination of "black" and "jeans", not acceptable attire in reasonable crowds; may be acid-washed or otherwise-washed in a non-appealing way
I wanted to wear my favorite jorts two days in a row, but the coin-op laundry was out of order, so I had to put on my best bleans.
Opposite of wordstull.
Wot! No mushrooms? Blean!
Expression of disappointment or dismay
No bacon for me, I'm on a diet. Blean.
Songs about Blean:
Dancing in the Mirror (feat. B-Lean) [Explicit] by Ace Dahooligan from the Album Dancing in the Mirror (feat. B-Lean) [Explicit]
Books about Blean:
The Blean: The Woodlands of a Cathedral City by Robert E. Foster (May 31, 2009)
Hello Eiffel!: How They Raised the Roof in Blean by Stewart Ross and Jennifer Strait (Dec 2, 2011)
The registers of Boughton-under-Blean, Co. Kent: baptisms 1558-1624, marriages 1558-1626, burials 1558-1625 Volume... by Boodle John Adolphus and Boughton under Blean (England : Parish) (Oct 22, 2010)
The registers of Boughton-under-Blean, Co. Kent : baptisms 1558-1624, marriages 1558-1626, burials 1558-1625 (1903)
The Registers of Boughton-Under-Blean C
Boughton-under-Blean by Joan White (Jan 1984)
The Registers of Boughton-Under-Blean, Co, Kent: Baptisms 1558-1624, Marriages 1558-1626, Burials 1558-1625, Vol... by Boughton Under Blean (Aug 27, 2012)
Wiki information Blean:
Blean is in the Canterbury district of Kent, England. It is the name of the large civil parish and the suburban developed village within it: the latter is scattered along the road between Canterbury and Whitstable, in the middle of the Forest of...
Boughton under Blean is a village and civil parish between Faversham and Canterbury in southeast England. "Boughton under Blean" technically refers only to the hamlet at the top of Boughton Hill; the main village at the foot of the hill is named...