Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with blood pudding:

3 syllables:
put putting,
was putting,
flood coming,
rudra singh,
loved putting,
buddha being,
dipl ing,
plum puddings,
then adding,
but nothing,
gas cutting,
get nothing,
was cutting,
chief running,
come running,
depth using,
drugs using,
dutch whaling,
front using,
fun loving,
gun running,
has nothing,
judge nothing,
judged using,
loved using,
lungs using,
man coming,
parent using,
probed using,
pulse using,
scaled using,
scales using,
squirrel running,
stuff coming,
sukha singh,
sun loving,
thumb rubbing,
thumb sucking,
tongue running,
touches nothing,
truck running,
trucks using,
tuned using,
twice running,
was coming,
was losing,
was nothing,
was running,
when running,
tut tutting,
but using,
brush using,
done nothing,
done using,
funds using,
hunted thing,
jussa singh,
loved coming,
loved nothing,
loved running,
prussia being,
pumps using,
russia being,
sludge pumping,
strand running,
stress grading,
stress using

4 syllables:
begun putting,
acid loving,
acids using,
added nothing,
added using,
begun cutting,
adult using,
advice coming,
become nothing,
becomes using,
begun coming,
begun losing,
begun running,
extent using,
office running,
product using,
result using,
asset using,
greatly adding,
money putting,
mother putting,
added something,
begun using,
bloody fucking,
excel using,
fluid coming,
fluid running,
fluids using,
ireland coming,
office using,
studied using,
studies using

5 syllables:
encoding using

Some other possibilities:

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