A trivial phrase used to describe somebody who takes longer than expected to complete a task or objective. Taken from dialogue of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, and coined by Owl City frontman Adam Young.
"Plane finally took off after a two hour delay. The pilot was totally taking the hobbits to Isengard."

OR

*in check-out line at the grocery*
CUSTOMER IN FRONT: "Hold on, let me get out my check book. Where did it go?"
YOU: "Why does this lady have to take the hobbits to Isengard?"
by TruthInTrivialLife February 23, 2011
Taking a poop, going to the bathroom when it is a #2
Hold up! James is taking the hobbits to isengard... too much taco bell.
by treydawg June 08, 2007

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