Waff'ling, from the verb 'to waffle', meaning:
1. To blather on pointlessly about a nonsense topic.
2. To get yourself out of a tight situation by talking a lot of bullshit
1. 'I really want to impress this guy, so I'll start waffling on about nothing and look like a total prat!'
2. 'But Sir, I really did do that assignment! My dog ate it!'
'Stop waffling on. Thursday night detention.'
1. To talk on and on and on without realising that no-one is really listening to you, and you aren't really listening to what you are saying, you just like the sound of your own voice.
2. To 'waffle' or 'waffle on'
1. Geez that girl is really waffling
2. Man, can that bloke waffle on or what?
to fling your waf (see waf)
comes from the juilius ceaser who said "cut off those wafs.
i was running around waffling all day when i got tired grabbed my waf and went home.
speech composed of waffle
. The act of speaking (often at length and employing 'big' words) in a manner that reveals a lack of knowledge, an inability to properly explain, or an unwillingness to be speaking. Characterised by a waffle
, -full of holes.
Lecturer: The propensity of water to fall off a ducks back says a lot about the nature of said duck, that is to say that the water falls off of its back.
Student: He's waffling again.
To talk nonsense in order to fill time, a milder term for bullshit
. Can be used as a term for meaningless sales speak. Verb form of waffle
"Well its good value and I can see youre a man of taste.. blah blah.."
"Stop waffling and tell me how much it costs!!!"
To talk, without direction or clarity, at length. Often used to fill dead space in conversation.
Suzie would have been easier to get along with if she didn't keep waffling about the most banal things.
Stomping on an opposing player during a football game.
Albert Haynesworth got in trouble with the NFL for waffling Andre Gurode.