or tldr, TL;DR, tl;dr
too long; didn’t read: used in response to an online post, text message, article, etc., that is thought to be too lengthy, and usually taken as a rude comment, or used by the writer before a summary of lengthy text.
The Worst Words of 20122012 has been an interesting time in the life of our lexicon. From new coinages to new usages, English has had a nice growth spurt. Some neologisms quickly outgrow their usefulness, or through overuse, they become meaningless, like an overplayed song on the radio. Here are a few terms that many people have grown tired of in 2012. Fiscal Cliff — the most-used term in …
Origin of TLDR
First recorded in 2000–05; from its use in digital communications
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Examples from the Web for tldr
TLDR: Biden wins, Ryan average, VP debates don't matter unless it's a blowout.
The nifty part of tldr is that it eliminates the need for costly moderators.Most Comments Are Horrible—Sites Look for Ways to Make Them Better|Jesse Singal|July 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST