Seriously ... this crazy A-Z blogfest challenge is
Today, let's turn to the Urban Dictionary (urbandictionary.com) for a little help:
Restless Lip Syndrome
When a person keeps interrupting a conversation and can't keep their mouth shut.
Chris has to come my house to drink because when we're at his house, Linda's Restless Lip Syndrome prevents us from carrying on a conversation.
by HB Brother From Another Mother Sep 29, 2009
Hmm, I think I have this disorder.
Saw a great quote today. It went something like "the more you talk, the less you're heard..." Timely!ReplyDelete
I know a few people with that disorder!!!ReplyDelete
I know a few people who have this disorder!ReplyDelete
Duncan In Kuantan
I know I have a case of it. That's okay. It fits in with the rest of my disorders, restless leg, computer mouse, walking around, etc. Just about all my movements. Even when I am sleeping.ReplyDelete
LOL! Not heard of that one, though i've seen it on Judge Judy! :O)ReplyDelete
Yes!! I know a few people like that. They usually wait until my nose is stuck in a book, though ;)ReplyDelete
We all know people like this. It's cute here but in real life -- not so much.ReplyDelete
Boy, you threw that one out there wide open. Biting my tongue, biting my tongue... ;)ReplyDelete
I think we both know some of the same people who have this syndrome!
I'll have to work that into a story sometime. Thanks!ReplyDelete
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This sounds like me, but only when my sister is talking. And one of my most annoying (and most fun to write ) characters...ReplyDelete
ME TOO! Or at least my husband says I do. :)ReplyDelete
PS - I don't know what I'd do without urban dictionary. I think this will be my U post. Thanks for the inspiration!
And yes - I had to cheat on my S-T post - fortunately I have spring break to get caught up on things.
I'm looking forward to the A-Z being over, and yet also to being able to look back on it and be proud that I managed to get through :P I already know that if I do this next year, I'll do something a lot easier!ReplyDelete