Denotes an accelerated passage of time, usually a leap into the future from a present moment of denial of the possibility of a bad outcome to the moment the unthinkable occurs.
Etymology: TV sound effect with possible origins in the comedy series "Bewitched" (ref. Samantha's nose twitch). See also entry #1.
Alternate spelling: Diddle-liddle-it
Ego: That dude squeezed my heart near dry! Slowly. With a monster grip. Power, brute power. If only he knew his strength. Sure, I enjoyed his company and all, but what's that worth? Exsanguination smarts!