Too long ; didnt read.
*looks at an article* tl;dr
作者 Dildobowe 2012年8月24日
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.
作者 alias667 2011年6月26日
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!"
作者 Max T.C. 2009年4月23日
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.
作者 JefferyofBanff 2005年5月16日
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....
作者 Squirrelykins 2005年6月22日
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.
作者 Deka 2005年5月16日
Too long didn't read.

Used when some geek delves too far into a technical explanation. to some girl on MSN or AIM.
Geek: "Hey my webcam isn't working, sorry. I could explain why but won't"
Girl: "Okay"
Geek: "Lol, I took it appart to make it into an infrared cam. It's pretty easy you just cut a bit of film negative up and put it inside, taking the old filter out. Means it see's infrared light instead of visible, cause the film negs blank that out. It's pretty cool I'm wearing a black shirt and it shows up white on the camera."
Girl: "tl;dr"
作者 jonnnyyy 2005年5月16日

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