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The Motor Mouth trope as used in popular culture. A character who speaks if not constantly then often so quickly that it's hard to make out individual words . How to Make Eggs Benedict. Eggs Benedict is a classic at Sunday brunch, New Year's morning, or a morning with that special person in your life. 4 Retirement Plans for Pope Benedict XVI after Resignation - 15 Feb 13 .. Crescent Cookies without Egg - Easy and Delicious - 14 Dec 13 · Flirting with a.
If that waste is stuck longer and not removed, there is a risk of bacterial infection, fungus, flatulence and gas problems. These obviously are prevented by this cleaning practice. Other abdominal and intestinal disorders such as colitis and indigestion can be cured and prevented by Moola Shodhan. In this way the practice of Moola Shodhan can also help you get rid of extra weight which was caused by unclean stomach and intestines. The massage that you do also stimulates your sexual organs and releases sexual energy in the body.
This cleansing of the root, the moola, is also beneficial for the root chakra, the Mooladhar Chakrawhich is stimulated by the actions. When to perform Moola Shodhan This Kriya is a practice that should only be performed in case there are any problems of digestion.
One can practice it regularly in order to learn it but should refrain from doing so once one has mastered it. Tips and Help If you experience pain while doing this practice, you can relax your anal muscles by applying some warm water before the practice. If you are a beginner and are unsure, you can do it bit by bit and learn to relax while performing this practice.
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Post your comment Comments are moderated and will be allowed if they are about the topic and not abusive. Incorrect, please try again. Also, a Second Edition fey race called Quicklings were apparently on fast forward all the time, to the point that they had to consciously slow down their speech to be intelligible to humans.
Not that they cared. In Animorphs The Garatron was talking like this- "Iamconductinganinspectionon TV Tropes - andamquitedisappointedthatIhavenotyetbeenmentionedonthispage Tavi doesn't really come across as one to the reader, but Kitai does complain "do you ever stop talking?
Hermione Granger from Harry Potter was so excited to be going to Hogwarts in her first year, she talked very fast indeed. The entire sparrow race in Redwall talks like this. Marlfox's Burble has them beat, to the point that his tribe say the river will stop burbling before Burble does. Eilonwy from The Chronicles of Prydain is so talkative, that in a scene where the other protagonists were simply tied up, she ends up Bound and Gagged Rupert Psmith in P.
Their namesake was blessed with the miraculous ability to chatter continuously without pause for breath or food, as a way to preserve her virtue in an unwilling arranged marriage.
She lasted three days before her husband strangled her. La Falvine from Malevil is guilty of this. At best it's vocal white noise. In Men at ArmsDetritus gets this when his brain cools down enough. Within the Discworld universe, Moist Von Lipwig appears to be the king of this. In Making Money he comments on it both in internal monologue "I wish I could write this down, I don't think I'll remember it all" and in dialogue. Then it gets dialed Up to Eleven under the influence of the herbal drink Splot, which makes his speech sound like every syllable is attempting to escape his mouth at the same time.
In The Pale KingGarrity haunts Post by randomly appearing before examiners and talking non-stop. Meredith, once she gets going.
Some of her coworkers prefer examining tax returns to listening to her talk. Shulamith Ploni in one story by Ephraim Kishon. Combined with No Punctuation Period.
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Tahiri in the Star Wars Expanded Universe was like this as a kid and young teenager; her best friend Anakin Solo even noted that her presence in the Force felt like someone talking very fast without pausing for breath. Following a Split-Personality Merge and becoming a Half-Human Hybrid of sorts long story she became somewhat quieter, albeit still with a playfully snarky sense of humor. Mac from the Wayside School books would often tell long, pointless stories in class that had little to do with what Mrs.
Jewels' lecture was about. It would get so bad, Mrs.
Jewels would run out of time, forcing her to assign the lesson as homework. Mac would later complain that she assigned more homework than any teacher at the school. Sigfried Smith from Rachel Griffin tends to ramble on verbosely when the topic is fighting, fire, blowing stuff up, having his dragon blow stuff up, mounting rocket bays on one's Flying Broomsticketc.
Turns out that he dislikes making small talk so much that a girl who can communicate at the speed of light is his ideal. Violet Beauregarde in Charlie and the Chocolate Factorywhich ties in well with her gum chewing habit i. Adaptations that seize on this are the film version and the stage musical ; in the latter her introductory song is a Boastful Rap that notes that her chewing habit started because her mom was desperate to keep her quiet by putting something in her mouth.
Aline Penhallow from The Mortal Instruments talks a lot, and according to Clary is one of those people who says whatever comes to mind. Razz in Don't Call Me Ishmael! His cousin Cindy even moreso, when she's talking Razz himself can't get a word in.
Chatterbox from the Mr. Men books of course.
In The Divine Comedythe Slothful are so busy running off their laziness in Purgatory that they have to speak very quickly when Dante and Virgil come to learn from them. Dante simulates the speed off their speech by taking the average lines reserved for each terrace of Purgatory and condensing it to about 60 lines for the Sloth terrace, with only 20 of those lines being dialogue from those too inactive to pursue good. The Ghost in the Third Row has costume designer Eileen Taggert, who has a tendency to babble on and on.
Nothing too bad, as he always makes sense, but Tyrion does earn a reputation for never shutting up. He's physically incapable of remaining silent for too long and almost always feels the need to break silences and strike up a conversation. Walter Denton does this when nervous, or when trying to polish the apple.
In the episode "Cafeteria Strike", he reads off a student's petition in this manner: Whereas and to wit— Miss Brooks: That's pretty strong language, isn't it? A little on the pink side. When in the course of student's events, it becomes necessary to turn one's back on one's stomach, we the undersigned, exercising our constitutional right to peaceably assemble, and to form a committee to seek the redress of grievances, do hereby announce our firm intention of the Madison High School Cafeteria only to use the tables, chairs, water, napkins and toothpicks provided therein.
Until such a time that the duly appointed party or parties, namely Mr. Osgood Conklin, principal, or the Board of Education, responsible for the operational bog-down that has befallen this installation, do take such action that will improve the food, lower the prices and better the service in said cafeteria.
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It is also recommended the person, or persons, in whom this authority is vested, immediately see that the present chef in charge of preparing the food, and without any further frippery or fanfare, chuck him the heck off the premises.
Well, Miss Brooks, what do you think of it? On Selfie Eliza tends to talk quicker than normal, on average, but just enough to be noticeable.
When she really ramps it up, its like there are no spaces between her words. Yeah, I'm gonna try to bump into some celebrities maybe hit a gifting suite, kick it with guerreche, yadhop, bingedrink till I'm white girl wasted Hop by this pop-up party, get my grind on, swing by In-N-Out, kiss a hamburger full-make up, no filter, David Guetta. Both Six Jenna von Oy and Blossom Mayim Bialik on Blossom could rev up their speech to extraordinary speeds — and on at least one occasion did so in perfect unison.
This is a trait that Six apparently inherited from her mother Sharon Gail Edwards. A transcript of the latter link can be found here.
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One of Vanessa's friends in the later seasons of The Cosby Show could — and did — talk so fast and without stopping for breath that Cliff referred to her as "Turbo Tongue", and responded to every outburst she made with the same non-comprehending, "Thank you.
Elliot in Scrubs occasionally communicates at "the speed of light", as J. It's played for laughs, and other females are capable of understanding her, if not being able to talk just as fast. Sarah Chalke has said in interviews that speaking incomprehensibly rapidly was one of the first of the character's traits listed on the audition script.
Picard describes someone who does a variation on this: TNG pinball game, if you gutter a ball without scoring during a Bonus Round, and you hear Data's voice, press both flipper buttons simultaneously, and you'll hear Picard's "Thank you, Mr. Data" and get an additional 10, points. Picard occasionally used this to his advantage, getting Data to chat up people he didn't want to deal with.
Ned is prone to babbling like this whenever he's nervous. And he is nervous a lot. I was bored and snooping really just bored and trying to entertain myself so it was more really ipso facto snooping like when you go into the bathroom and read all the magazines and go through the medicine cabinet and I found this! Generally everybody speaks rapidly, including guest stars, and conversational replies and rejoinders have little if any gaps in-between speakers.
This little moment from the episode "42" is a great example. Just try to see if he takes a breath during any of it.