wof-uh l- ing- verb.

Standing near the waffle maker in a cafeteria and hitting on a sex interest who is making a waffle. It is a fool-proof method because, no matter how annoying or unwanted you are, they have to be there for three minutes.
Johnny needs a date to the dance, so he's been waffling all morning.
by nataliekayt November 19, 2007
talking around the
point, filling in time, or boring talk.
"We're continuously
waffling from the ridiculous to the sublime.".
by Brokenstars August 29, 2004
To add quantity to conversation/speeches/essays/anything like that rather than quality. Used a lot of the time in school to make it up to the minimum page requirement or in business presentations. Ie. Bullshitting on so nobody notices you have nothing to say.
Teacher: "check out this english paper... this kid is just waffling on"
by blex August 24, 2004
1. The act of making waffles.

2. The act of rapidly changing one's stated position on issues. Both major US political parties do this.
1. The Belgian chef spent the morning waffling.

2. Bush and Kerry spent the morning waffling.
by red_beard_neo August 24, 2004
Masturbating. Like, a lot.
I'm waffling myself now and a lot in general lately.
by Cooptastic January 22, 2016
"Did you hear Mike waffling that girl about how he served in the military?"
by Droxxy January 13, 2016
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