blab


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Jurors were told that on May 31 - two days after they were arrested - the pair were being driven to Derby magistrates court when Mick, 56, told Mairead, 31, they would "walk through" the court case "unless you want me to blab about it".
No need to blab to the world how over-the-moon you are for him.
I just feel so hurt that she should blab out our secret like that.
She trusted you like a sis by sharing the details of her sad sitch, so don't you dare blab her secrets.
"Some pupils are reluctant to talk because they think we will blab to everyone.
Now, when he's not getting shafted by the club's owners, he's getting shafted by the owners of a local Thai massage parlour, who blab about his visits.
A CAN I first assure you - and everyone else - that doctors don't blab.
Knowing Ms Shaw's propensity to blab for cash, this seems a pretty understandable reaction on the part of Ms Pirie.
It's OK to keep it on the DL, but if you feel the urge, blab away.
Many people like a good gossip and your bit of news was juicer than most - but your friend was of order to blab.
She might blab a secret...or say something to embarrass you in front of the whole crew.
You shouldn't have to worry he's going to run off and blab your private business to his friends.
Write in a journal, or talk to a trusty bud--one who won't blab and make a big deal.