Blobbing is an outdoor water activity in which a participant sits on the end of a partially inflated air bag (known as a water trampoline or blob) and is launched into the water when another participant jumps onto the air bag from a platform on the opposite side. The activity is popular at summer camps in North America. Various tricks may also be performed while the participant is in the air. The air bag is approximately long by wide. The recommended height for the tower is 15 feet above the water surface, or 10 feet above the air bag.
Usage examples of "blobbing".
Nancy, thumping the bottom of the ketchup bottle, blobbing ketchup over his burnt fries.
The snowflakes blinked around them, ester and ester, like the leaking blanks on the oldest archive footage, the runny white bits blobbing the white dress of the Tsarina as she turns on a white balcony under a white parasol to laugh at the haemophiliac child in his white sailor's suit.