- Internet too long; didn't read. Used to indicate that one didn't read the whole text or to indicate that what follows is a summary of the overly long text.
“Short, meaningless missive like "TLDR" or "FIRST" will not amuse the editors.”
“TLDR version: expect a Marshall or Brennan circa summer 2011.”
“TLDR: New burger joint Butcher & the Burger serves up a thick, juicy patty, and with dozens of customization options, it's like a Starbucks for burgers.”
“TLDR; Bacon sandwich (or similar food combo) is the best, followed by some sort of electrolyte sports drink. libertao”
“TLDR: Irazu serves delicious, flavorful dishes, but has a long wait because it's small and well-known.”
“TLDR: Lush Wine and Spirits serves up fancy cheeses and cured meats that may require staff assistance to choose.”
“TLDR. it is a web application that summarizes long winded articles and even longer winded RSS feeds into small, medium and long versions for those of us with truncated attention spans.”
“TLDR; Bacon sandwich or similar food combo is the best, followed by some sort of electrolyte sports drink.”
“This is a bit long and meandering so feel free to TLDR me.”
“TLDR; shut up I know for a fact upside-the-head lovin' works.”
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