When he came round his first words were: "blimey, they must 'ave 'eard me to crown me like that."
Turning to his mates he exclaimed, "blimey, me brother's been an' split on me."
"blimey, I can't stick this," and perched himself on the parados.
blimey, I feel as if I could push a leave train from 'ere to the base.
Nobby looked up at the bridge and said, "blimey, that's the first time I've seen a porpoise wiv a glass eye."
blimey, if I wasnt beginnin to think we was the sole survivors.
blimey, they'll shake the country to pieces—and scare the ducks.
Coo was heard to remark: "I always told 'im 'e ought to be reported missing, and blimey if 'e ain't."
The Cockney turned round and replied, "blimey, ain't I in this blinkin' war as well as 'im?"
"blimey, I always said broken glass was dangerous," he remarked as he gazed sadly at the wound.
by 1889, probably a corruption of (God) blind me! First attested in a slang dictionary which defines it as "an apparently meaningless, abusive term."
An expression of surprise or excitement: Blimey! What a ride!
[1889; contraction of (God) blind me]