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Bling.
An example of the element Gold

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Bling.
Bling is defined as inexpensive but flashy-looking jewelry worn by drug dealers. It is generally gold plated. Bling has to be flashy to look impressive, and it has to be inexpensive because drug dealers don't make much money, and many of them are forced to live with their parents because they can't afford an apartment of their own. I got this massive (over one inch diameter) necklace at the local mall.
Source: Mall
Contributor: Theodore Gray
Acquired: 24 March, 2009
Text Updated: 24 March, 2009
Price: $100
Size: 18"
Purity: <1%
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