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      01-08-2013, 12:58 PM   #1
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"Belleh" What does it mean?

I watched the following noob trying to ride a new R6:



It's just the chap filming and his comment of "Belleh" at the time the rider goes over the handlebars has me in stitches

But what does it mean? Perhaps Bellend would have been more appropriate.
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      01-08-2013, 01:57 PM   #2
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Why da fuck did he give him a go on that. Looked like he cant ride a bike. Bellend would be much more appropriate.
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Classic case of target fixation...looking where your going not where you want to be.Always makes me cringe when I see riders with no protection other than a helmet. Gravel rash bl--dy hurts and so do skin grafts.He is a very inexperienced rider and a very lucky one too.
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Did he even attempt to make the corner?
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His said "Blet" it's swearing in Russian language.
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It's "Блять" reads as Blyat', the real meaning is a "whore" however mostly russians will say it, when you do something by accident like hit a bumper while parking, you will say "blyat'" which would be used the same way americans would use "Fu*k".

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