SE in slang uses
|Dict. of Kiwi Sl. 35/2: diarrhoea bags knickerbockers; recalled in NZ Oral History Unit Martinborough study.|
|Reed Dict. of N.Z. Sl. [as cit. 1988].|
(N.Z.) bicycle clips.
|Reed Dict. of N.Z. Sl.|
(US) a very talkative individual.
|Cannibals 84: Jonathan glanced at the diarrhea mouth and stopped it dead with ‘We have no trouble remembering his name’.|
|CB Hbk 127: Diarrhea Mouth — Constant talker [HDAS].|
|at bartcop.com [Internet] [The] NY Post is not exactly honored for telling the truth. Isn’t their main source of information the Moonies? Would anyone sane put it past them to try to boost Diarrhea-mouth’s sagging ratings?|
(US) excessive loquacity.
|You Chirped a Chinful!! n.p.: Diarrhea of Speech: Talk too much.|
|Western Words (1968) 92/2: Diarrhea of the jawbone A cowboy’s expression for talkativeness; running off at the mouth.|
|(con. 1943–5) To Hell and Back (1950) 30: Aw, shadup [...] you got diarreah of the mout.|
|(con. 1920s) Hoods (1953) 211: What have you got, diarrhea of the mouth [...] Don’t you ever close that trap of yours?|
|(con. 1960s) Black Gangster (1991) 130: And that goes for any of you that might get diarrhea of the mouth.|
|(con. c.1970) Short Timers (1985) 163: I guess all this humping has given me diarrhea of the mouth.|
|Airtight Willie and Me 40: We might give some jokers in the joint diarrhea of the jib if we split together.|
|Drylongso 234: That joogie was bawn with diarrhea of the upper and lower lip!|
|Grants Pass Daily Courier (OR) 6 June n.p.: ‘Constipation of the mind and diarrhea of the mouth,’ were the courtroom words hurled down from the bench by an out of town Judge.|