Hi Patsy - I might fall into that category occasionally .. but the 'logo' makes sense .. the 'rrhoea' is another matter! I wonder if the Houses of Parliament are sinking under such a morass? Cheers - lovely clear day here - Hilary
There's definitely too much talking in there at times, Hilary.
Had a giggle when I saw your choice of image to accompany Logorrhoea!
It'd be funnier still if it was les fitting, I think, Christine.
To be used shortly?
my boderline-autistic character, Margarite, is definitely not a logorrhoeaite
I'm warming to her, Mac.
Cool! I never heard of this word before. :-)
It's fairly new to me, Misha.
That's what editing is for! :D
Fair point, Carol.
Woops! Misread it as loggerhead. I would be at loggerheads with someone with Logorrhoea.
They'd likely get that reaction, Oscar.
As I have to look up diarrhoea every time I spell it, I don't think I'll be using logorrhoea either!
I'm sure there's plenty we can write without using either, Maggie.
I love it!!
What I wrote for NaNoWriMo then?
Probably, Charlie as that's pretty much how first drafts are supposed to be.
I've never heard of that correct term, though the other sounds just right!
I imagine a lot more people have heard this in action than know what it's called, Rosemary.
Oh dear! I shall never be able to listen to my son-in-law again without thinking of this word!
He's not the shy retiring type then, Liz?
If I had anything that sounded like that, I'd keep it quiet!
Whereas, as if you actually had the condition you wouldn't be able to.
Thanks so much for commenting!