A phrase coined by the British comedy troupe Monty Python. It is used to signify the arrival of something that is, indeed, completely different from whatever had been going on previously.

See also: Pythonesque comedy.
The llama is a quadruped which lives in the big rivers like the Amazon. It has two ears, a heart, a forehead, and a beak for eating honey. But it is provided with fins for swimming.

Llamas are larger than frogs.

Llamas are dangerous, so if you see one where people are swimming, you shout...

Look out, there are llamas!

And now for something completely different - a man with a tape recorder up his nose.
by NeNay July 5, 2005
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Monty python inspired phrase muttered under one's breathe, post vinegar strokes.

Usually said whilst concurrently closing all incognito tabs.
"Phwoar baby! YEeahh!!!!
Oh Oh. Aaaah!!!"
*momentarily looks sheepishly around room.
*closes all incognito tabs, and ponders the numerous posibilities in life*
"And now for something completely different!"
*Opens new tab, proceeds to read human interest new article, or check email / take a piss, organise taxes, etc.
by Wayner Wayne September 13, 2021
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