Bull-bleep is a euphemism for bullshit which probably came about as follows.Hi,
is "bullshit" the same as "bull-bleep"?
Another way to make a swear word acceptable to some cable channels and to network TV is to overdub the word, or a part of the word. In the movie Terminator III, at one point the character John Connor refers to something as bullshit. The American Movie Classics' version of the film overdubs the word so that it comes out bull trip. (AMC is a cable channel.)Bull-bleep is a euphemism for bullshit which probably came about as follows.
In the US, it is acceptable in movies to say bullshit if the movie is not intended for children. When such a movie is shown on television, on broadcast TV or on some cable channels, bullshit is unacceptable, so the second element of the word is bleeped--replaced by a beep or replaced by silence, so that the actor is heard saying bull, an acceptable euphemism for bullshit. In closed captioning, this is often seen as bull [bleep]. The form bull-bleep is a humorous take-off on this. Presumably there are people who use bull-bleep in speech, but I haven't heard it.