by PoloGoalieMan November 1, 2004
by Finch February 10, 2005
by Laraaaaa October 23, 2007
To lead a semi-nomadic existence, traveling from town to town, making a living from odd jobs. To be rootless and transient, calling no one place home.
Sung about often in old folk music, which was written from the perspective of humble, working people, many of whom traveled from town to town in search of work during the Gread Depression. Often used, particularly in the work of Woody Gutherie, as a metaphor for life's journey.
"My mother prayed that I would be
A man of some renown
But I am just a refugee
As I go ramblin' round."--Woody Gutherie, "Ramble Round."
"Now as through this life I ramble
I've seen lots of funny men
Some will rob you with a six-gun
And some with a fountain pen
And as through this life you ramble
And through this life you roam
You will never see an outlaw
Rob a family of their home."--Woody Gutherie, "Ballad of Pretty Boy Floyd."
by Gramatikon September 1, 2005
A show on YouTube where two individuals talk about random crap. This show normally includes William Bnevermind and Cameron Not-ShadowsVirus. Each episode is generally 1 Earth hour long. It consists of fapping, chatting and trying to think of other things to talk about.
by Will1b-ShadowsVirus March 29, 2013
1. To express views on a subject or idea for a noticeably extended period of time.
2. To express incoherent or nonsense thoughts.
3. Semi-derogatory or self-effacing term for speech patterns that tend to drag on.
v. "Jamie RAMBLED on about casemods for so long, his friends fell asleep."
v. "..but then Tommy said that it was HIS fault and I really don't think it was, but it might have been, except m.. oh, god, am I RAMBLING? Sorry."
by Caltha. March 21, 2004
by G&T February 26, 2008