And then she blah blah
Words. When the right ones won’t come to me, I hate them. With a passion
blah blah: [interjection] used to substitute for actual words in contexts where they are felt to be tedious or lengthy to give in full (oxford dictionary)
When writer’s block has me deep in its clutches and rams me into a smoldering pool of molten lava, the words “blah blah” magically appear in the middle of my story.
Sally reached out towards the man in front of her, her only chance at survival, and uttered her last words: “Blah blah blah…”
It’s my way of avoiding. Sometimes my patience is running short and I just can’t get through a scene. “Blah blah” can be used as a nice substitution, just to get past that final hurdle.
So, when you don’t think you can go any further, blah blah blah…