tl;dr : Too long, didn't read.
"Did you read the fourth definition, it was quite witty!"
"no tl;dr"
от Aleksei Nikolaevich Tolstoi 16 ноември 2007
Literally: Too long; didn't read

Possible subtext: You make a very good point to which I have no sensible or comical response thefore I will claim it was too long for me to manage reading in order that I might still have the last word (or slightly confusing modern acronym)
"tl;dr"
от Alt Def 26 февруари 2015
Too long, didn't read. Alternatively, "War and Peace".
My teacher wanted us to read "War and Peace", but I was all like "tl; dr".
от tempusborealis 07 октомври 2011
short for 'too long; didn't read'

the phrase though is used the wrong way and idiots all over the internet tend to overuse this after every fucking sentence they make.
example 1:i got caught fapping yesterday morning
TL;DR I got caught fapping
example 2: i took a crap to myself while in bed.Long story short, i shit myself asleep
TLDR; I shit myself.
от alias667 26 юни 2011
Too Long; Don't Read. Most commonly used in forums when there is a "Wall of Text" (A very long, typed message/ comment/ story, etc.).
Poster 1 says: "Blah blah blah, blah blah..."(continued for 500-1000 more blahs)

Poster 2 says: "TL;DR! Damn, just blog it and stop wasting forum space!"
от Max T.C. 23 април 2009
Too long: Didn't read

The bastian of the stupid and lazy. Only those of no intelligance would bother to use this, as if you are unable to read a post, then you should not bother even replying to begin with.
Clacker: tl:dr
Me: Lazy bastard.
от JefferyofBanff 16 май 2005
An internet abbrviation for: Too long; didn't read. Only something a lethargic and obviously illiterate person would use.
StandOffish768: TL;DR
Me: Yeah, you just don't wanna read what ELSE I put in there about you, jackass....
от Squirrelykins 22 юни 2005
Too Long; Didn't Read, also refered to as Teal Deer.. meaning the same "Too Long; Didn't Read."
THE DEER IS TEAL, I repeat, THE DEER IS TEAL.
от Deka 16 май 2005

Безплатен ежедневен email

Напиши твоят email адрес по-долу за да получаваш Думата на деня всяка сутрин!

Имейлите се изпращат от daily@urbandictionary.com. Ние никога няма да те спамим.

×