Bliff (n.) – one’s existence on the blogosphere (from the Greek “Blios” meaning “blog life)
Blobligation (n.) – the sense that one ought to post something even when there’s nothing to say right now.
Blunderdogging (v.) – what one does when one considers oneself a newcomer to the blogosphere whose blog is not yet worthy of widespread acclaim.
Blenvy (n.) – the nagging sense that someone else’s blog is more interesting or more worthy of attention
Blanity (n.) – the nagging sense that one’s own blog is more interesting or more worthy of attention
Bletdown (n.) – the nagging sense that one’s most recent post was motivated by blobligation. (see also Blemptiness (n.))
Blemptiness (n.) – that nagging sense that one’s most recent post was motivated both by blobligation and blenvy
Blespair (v.) – to experience a sudden vacuous anxiety that you might be pouring your soul into the ether and no-one’s reading it (see also Bloblivion (n.))
Blacuum (n.) – the imaginary and terrifying and possibly inhospitable “space” into which one pours one’s soul regularly through blogging. When one ponders this, one normally experiences blespair.
Blorry (pronounced blurry) (n.) a sudden tensing of the stomach as you realise you’ve poured all your gripes into a blog post and your boss or your bishop might have read it
Blacktrack (v.) – to revisit and edit an earlier blog following an attack of blorry
Other additions to the blictionary?