I think it's a combination of the words bull and malarkey.Answer 2
I don't know, but my grandpa used this word for years. It means about the same as "baloney" Gee, I haven't heard that word in awhile.Answer 4
Its Mularky not Bularky. I am not sure of the root of the use but it used to be used on All In the Family all the time by Archie.Answer 5
i think it's kind of like "ginormous". it's made up and commonly used, but hasn't found its way into the dictionary yet. give it time.
btw, i never heard that expression.Answer 6
it could be a combination of "malarky" and "balderdash" which means something foolish... basically the came as malarky.Answer 7
The word you're thinking of is "malarkey". With an "M". And yes, it is a real word, in the dictionary.Answer 8
nope i looked it up on dictionary.comAnswer 9
It is a slang term, a polite way of saying Bul***it, as in that is bularky. My Mom would get on people for swearing, but that one always passed through.Answer 10
It's probably a modern play on the word, malarky.
The commonly used phrase "bull****" expresses the same meaning.