Blocks

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Ænglish

Common SlabWide expletive used to express dismay, frustration or nonsense.

Interjection

blocks

  1. Expressing anger or frustration.
    "oh blocks! Now I'm going to have do it all again!"

Noun

blocks (plural blocks)

  1. nonsense
    "You're talking blocks!"
    "What a load of blocks!"

Usage notes

No-one can reasonably claim to be offended by the usage of this word[1].

Derivation

Most people believe it is exactly as it sounds, i.e. describing a negative block or hurdle that has become a restriction or barrier to progress.

However this belief is, in itself, blocks. The word is a contraction.

Footnotes and references

  1. that includes you, grandma