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Translated from the Greek by the Holy Transfiguation Monastery This prayer book provides a more liturgical rule that still works on a personal (individual) level. However, like the Jordanville volume, this book includes excerpts from It is a basic collection of morning, evening, and daily prayers for various occasions.

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Elf Princess Rane has several examples of the blue-haired guy speaking very quickly in gibberish once humorously translated by the subbers as "How much wood could a woodchuck chuck If you're going to watch the subtitled version of s-CRY-ed , make damn sure you can speedread. Straight Cougar's dialogue approximates a blur at points. Neon Genesis Evangelion. Apparently, Misato yet another Kotono Mitsuishi role was like this in her college days; Ritsuko thinks she's "making up for lost time" after spending her childhood years mute from the trauma of witnessing Second Impact.

We don't get to hear her though, just see the stunned look on Ritsuko's face as she babbles on and on. Ahiru can be like this in Princess Tutu , particularly when she's flustered. It's part of her "duck-like" personality that she quacks out her words—since she's actually a duck magically transformed into a girl. Technically Anime and Singing, but the opening themes of K-On!

The character talk at normal speed during the show, but the songs The main character of Yojo-han Shinwa Taikei speaks at such a rapid pace that the subs fly across the screen and reading them can be a little challenging. Speed Racer : Where to even begin? It's to the point that "Everybody talks a mile a minute" is about the only thing a lot of people remember about the series. Nyarko-san 's title character Nyarko has this in spades; in the first episode alone, she spends about a solid minute rambling about breakfast and her favorite Tokusatsu show, talking right over Mahiro, to his growing annoyance — he implies she's been doing this since last night.

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It isn't until he threatens her with a fork that she shuts up, and even then, her explanation of why she's on Earth turns a Fast-Forward Gag , because, in the original light novel, she literally rambled on for several pages. In Kill la Kill , Senketsu delivers a recap of the series up to that point in about a minute and a half, barely even pausing for breath. Mako also regularly does this when giving her lectures that are filled to the brim with Insane Troll Logic.

In the Happy Happy Clover anime, Clover would mostly talk very fast when she is excited, happy or worried. Usually, he goes on tangents full of useless trivia until someone stops him. Mercurius of Dies Irae has this habit to the annoyance of everyone else. To quote the man himself: Mercurius : In an introspection, in a calm introspection of his many negatives, Mercurius found his taste for jests to be the one that stood out the most. Next came his needless verbosity. With his nature being that of an inconsiderate man, he was severely unequipped to speak the necessary words at the necessary time in the necessary amounts.

He acknowledged that fact. In fact, he was doing it right now. The meaning of the deluge of letters he had just spouted forth could be boiled down to the simple and meager four-word sentence "I talk too much. That was how he preferred to perceive and present his thoughts.

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It was small wonder those environing his would consider him vexing. Leo : "Oh-my-god-Oh-my-god-what-the-hell-is-happening-here-these-are-the-fastest-lip-flaps-I've-ever-had-to-sync". Satsuki : "Thepeopleinmyhouselooklikemyfatherandmybrotherafteraneyemastersexambutit'snotthem" Hajime : "Yeahboogitadidggitdagoogitydigdigdigtikikiti". Were there any words in that?

The Amazing and the Ultimate Spider-Man are sometimes portrayed as this, quipping through and through during a battle, which more often than not, annoys a LOT his enemies. More the Ultimate, as he's a teenager who won't shut up at all sometimes. It is heavily implied that this is Spidey's form of coping with his fear during a battle.

However, beware when he's silent The Flash once broke the sound barrier with his motor mouth. In fact, when Power Girl extended her a JSA invitation, she threatened to immediately revoke it if Maxine didn't shut up for a minute.

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This goes so far that despite my death in the incursion I still narrate the exploits of my wife. Ex or no-ex, not even Death herself can make me shut up. In Marvel , Hal McCoy describes himself as "a creature of few words", but once he starts talking it's difficult to get him to stop. When she talks, she spits a constant stream of dialogue, and her speech bubbles replace spaces with hyphens to emphasize how quickly she talks.

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Ultimate Spider-Man : In the opening narration of the first issue, the random guy is not particularly interested in Greek mythology, but Norman told him the whole story of Arachne anyway. It does not have anything to do with anything, he just loves to hear the sound of his own voice. Child of the Storm : Harry in the first book, usually when he's about to do something spectacular, though this fades out afterwards as he matures though it still pops up every now and then.

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Loki - when he's thinking aloud. He makes the other examples from this fic look quiet and solemn by comparison. Harry inwardly reflects that while most people would be amazed that he could talk so much, a telepath like Harry would consider it a miracle that he didn't talk even more.

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He's even more of a Motor Mouth than he is in the show. Braeburn : So, you see, we decided that everypony would really benefit if we started a new orchard. And I have seven siblings, of course, so I wasn't really needed at my home, so I wanted to be the one to go start this new settlement. But with the Apples, we almost always have families go to start these things. I was all set to start this new town and orchard, and I was going to name it Aaaaaaappleloosa!

Doesn't that have a nice ring to it? But then when Big Macintosh was married, he decided to go, at least to start it and then come back to Sweet Apple Acres, 'cause of the family thing, so I came to Ponyville to take his place at this orchard. But he didn't even keep the name Appleloosa! Wendy briefly goes through this when she first meets Peter Pan , and doesn't stop talking until Peter finally comments "Girls talk too much.

Marionette Woody: What's that? Dustin Hoffman playing Dick Tracy 's Mumbles. His confession of "Big Boy did it! This was also a characteristic of Mumbles in the comic strip, who talked so fast he didn't bother to pronounce vowels which, in English at least, are naturally slower than the consonants. Mink from Miller's Crossing.

Steve Buscemi was cast in part because he could handle the film's dialogue at the appropriate rate of speed. The comedian who plays the part, Louis-Jose Houde, is exactly this. Incredibly hilarious too. Martin: I'm sorry but I didn't get half of what he said David: [in French] Don't worry, me neither, but as long as we got different halves we're good. Orienter: You punch in at every morning, except you punch in at following a business holiday, unless it's a Monday, then you punch in at 8 o'clock. Punch in late and they dock you. Incoming articles get a voucher, outgoing articles provide a voucher. Move any article without a voucher and they dock you! Letter size a green voucher, oversize a yellow voucher, parcel size a maroon voucher. Wrong color voucher and they dock you! That is your employee number. It will not be repeated! See how you like it.

Just total fricassee'n silence. Two can play at that game, smart guy. We'll just see how you like it. Total silence. Falcon : to Spidey I don't know if you've been in a fight before, but there's usually NOT this much talking. While it doesn't come across nearly as well in the printed word, Betsy the Vampire Queen in the works of Mary Janice Davidson is a definite Motor Mouth.

At least once, another character noted that not needing to breathe helped Betsy immensely on that score. A gnome's full name consists of his entire family tree and a list of accomplishments by his relations and can take months to fully pronounce — though they usually refer to themselves by shortened versions that only take about half an hour. Three guesses as to why they call their ancestral home "Mount Nevermind" 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 Hermione Granger from Harry Potter was so excited to be going to Hogwarts in her first year, she talked very fast indeed. Redwall : The entire sparrow race 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. Wodehouse 's novels.

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. In Discworld : Detritus, from Men at Arms gets this when his brain cools down enough. Within the Discworld universe, Moist Von Lipwig appears to be the king of this.

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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 King : Garrity 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.

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.