|1.||Long Winded Fart-Hole|
Someone who is constantly talking & repeating verbal garbage that comes across as brazen & contrived which also happens to smell like a smelly Fart
Annette was buzzing in everyone's ear about process-flow, productivity numbers and metrics during our weekly "Long Winded Fart-Hole conference call."
|2.||then I rolled a five and a two...|
An expression said to someone or about someone who is talking for far too long about a topic that no one around understands or is interested in.
If the long-winded bore hears you, her or she will probably say, "Yes, that’s exactly right," even though rolling a five and a two has nothing to do with that they are talking about.
RIMMER: Anyway, to cut a long story short I threw a five and a four which beat his three and a two, another double six followed by a double four and a double five. After he'd thrown a three and a two I threw a six and a three.
LISTER: Rimmer, can't you tell the story is not gripping me? I'm in a state of non-grippedness, I am completely smegging ungripped. Shut the smeg up.
RIMMER: Don't you want to hear the Risk story?
LISTER: That's what I've been saying for the last fifteen minutes.
RIMMER: But I thought that was because I hadn't got to the really interesting bit...
LISTER: What really interesting bit?
RIMMER: Well! Then I rolled a five and a two...
|3.||parking lot conversation|
n. A long-winded discussion among group of three or more people often due to indecision of where the party wants to go next (often pertaining to eating). This often takes place in a parking lot.
I was just going to say hi to Joe for a moment, but it winded up becoming a parking lot conversation.
Manny: What took you guys so long?
Harry: I was stuck in a parking lot conversation.
boring and long in speaking or writing, wherein there does not seem to be much particular relevance or significance; as such is typically extolled by individuals who are oblivous and synonymously known as a gas bag, wind bag, blow hard, bloviate, etc.; or, otherwise, is expressed by a persons who is so over fraught with an idea that they are not able to explain it plain and simply.
Example 1: The President of the Board of Commissioners is a real blow hard, as it never fails that he has to stonewall through the entire meeting and grandstand everyone with his long winded sessions, not letting anyone have equal time to particpate or counter his position.
Example 2: She failed to get support from voters when she made a long winded presentation to the Board of Commissioners, instead of a well planned out and well considered offer.
A long winded but short witted individual who can talk for hours about things he has no clue about.
At the end of the day, Asif's name was long wind.
1. In the manner of or resembling a novel.
1b. Like a novel.
2. A letter, email, journal/blog entry or comment which is very lengthy and long-winded.
3.When something is much longer than originally intended.
4. A stripped down version of a novel.
1. I hope you enjoyed my novelesque letter--I guess I had more to say than I thought!
2. His journal entries are always very novelesque. I've yet to see him use less than three paragraphs to express his ideas or describe what he had for breakfast.
3. Sorry for the novelesque response, I kinda went off on a tangent there.
4. Her NaNoWriMo submission was more novelesque than a true novel. Perhaps she'll make more of a concentrated effort next time.
Lips In Motion. A person who verbally expresses extrodinarily long versions of a story, usually true accounts.
There he goes again with that long story, he is such a LIM.