|2.||Yada, yada, yada|
It exactly sounds to me the words Japanese small children use resisting to some suggestion their parents give, acting like a baby.
Originally, it is Iyada(dislike) but colloquially it souds like yada.
A child has a special choice to get at a shop but his or her mother recommends something else for some reasons with which they try to persuade hard. The child says,” yada, yada, yada, I prefer to my choice”.
|1.||Yada, Yada, Yada|
1) what a person might say, mid-sentence, to shorten a story to get to the point of a discussion 2) what a person might say to hide any incriminating activities that they may have been involved in
(ex. Yada, Yada, Sex with someone else or Yada, Yada, Shoplifting)