Result for keyword "unnecessary rambling"

Ceassit

to put an end to one's own unnecessary and usually annoying rambling.Derived from two words: "cease" and "it"...

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rambloyee

Rambloyee is short for "Rambling Employee"...

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rambling man

man who wonders all around...

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Pramble

An introductory rambling statement, preface or rambling introduction....

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outonanisland

Crazy drunken rambling overclocker...

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unaccessory

accessories that is unnecessary...

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Nahccesary

Unnecessary preoccupation with spelling...

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gone plaid

Reached a state of babbling incoherence, rambling random, absurd gibberish. Origin: Spaceballs...

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rambexting

rambling on about something in a text message....

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blabbing

Some who is rambling or spueing (verbally) nonsense....

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zoft

Something unnecessary, redundant....

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Koula

exquisite,stupendous,marvelous,absoulutly lovely,just divine,wonderful,fantastic,astoundingly fabulous GREEK TRANS...

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bitch da fuck

something you need to say to your wife more often...

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rambling & meand'ring

Being gerrulous to the point of verbosity in a roundabout, insinuating manner...

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wo-pah!

the sound accompanying a karate-style attack...

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Babblerash

A constant rambling by Christians about everything according to their worldview....

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unnecessary

unnecessary unnecessary unnecessary...

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ramblog

A rambling series on Youtube which is also a blog....

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mambling

a cross between mumbling and rambling. Someone who goes on and on and on, in a low mumbling voice....

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rambling

Rambling is a form of walking that generally takes place in the countryside. As it requires nothing more strenuous than walking, rambling is one of the simplest forms of exercise, and one of the least...

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