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
Had a giggle when I saw your choice of image to accompany Logorrhoea!
my boderline-autistic character, Margarite, is definitely not a logorrhoeaite
Cool! I never heard of this word before. :-)
That's what editing is for! :D
Woops! Misread it as loggerhead. I would be at loggerheads with someone with Logorrhoea.
As I have to look up diarrhoea every time I spell it, I don't think I'll be using logorrhoea either!
I love it!!
What I wrote for NaNoWriMo then?
There's definitely too much talking in there at times, Hilary.
It'd be funnier still if it was les fitting, I think, Christine.
To be used shortly?
I'm warming to her, Mac.
It's fairly new to me, Misha.
Fair point, Carol.
They'd likely get that reaction, Oscar.
I'm sure there's plenty we can write without using either, Maggie.
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.
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