What Does Bling Blang Blaow Mean?

Staff : October 23rd, 2009
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“Bling Blang Blaow” is a meme popular with online poker players. The origin of the phrase, which doesn’t have any direct meaning, comes from a post on 2+2 where an online poker player ‘ch3ckraise’ described a ’song’ he frequently typed in chat after busting an opponent.

The lyrics, below:

ch3ckraise: BING BLANG BLAOW
ch3ckraise: CH3CK RAISE IN THA HOUSE
ch3ckraise: I JUST WON $50.00 FROM YOU
ch3ckraise: U COULD HAVE USED IT TO BUY SOME FOOD
ch3ckraise: BUT YOU CANT NOW
ch3ckraise: CUZ IMMA CASH IT OUT
ch3ckraise: AND RUB IT ON MY TITT1ES

That resulted in a flurry of related creations, including this popular (and fairly funny) video below:

Barry Greenstein, who appears in the above video, has promised to use the catchphrase in Season Six of GSN’s High Stakes Poker. Greenstein has made something of a tradition of working online-poker-speak into HSP in the past, including such classics as “lol donkaments”.

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