->''"Fezzik, are there rocks ahead?"\\
"If they are, we'll all be dead."\\
"No more rhymes now, I mean it."\\
"Anybody want a peanut?"\\
-->-- ''Literature/ThePrincessBride''

The LongList is a particularly humorous OverlyLongGag. With this subtrope, someone shows off impressive talent, by spitting out a list where all parts are rhymed either with themselves or each other, preferably using real words. The ListSong is generally related, since songs mostly rhyme, ones containing a list will probably have both.

If it is poorly done, it could be with the world's [[PainfulRhyme painful rhymin]]-est, adjective contrivin-est, least sublimin-est descriptors.

In short, the requirements for this trope are:
#[[LongList A list.]]
#[[RhymesOnADime A rhyming twist.]]
#[[TheCastShowoff A bragging gist.]]
#[[SelfDemonstratingArticle Anything missed?]]


* The types of media on the page for RhymesOnADime.


[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* In ''Film/BlazingSaddles'', this is integrated into a list of an ArmyOfThievesAndWhores:
-->'''Hedley Lamarr:''' I want [[TheRustler rustlers]], cutthroats, murderers, {{bounty hunter}}s, desperadoes, [[DumbMuscle mugs, pugs, thugs, nitwits, halfwits, dimwits]], vipers, [[ColdSniper snipers]], [[ConArtist con men]], Indian agents, [[{{bandito}} Mexican bandits]], [[BitPartBadguys muggers]], [[DepravedHomosexual buggerers]], bushwhackers, hornswagglers, [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment horse thieves]], [[ButchLesbian bull dykes]], [[TrainJob train robbers]], [[BankRobbery bank robbers]], ass-kickers, shit-kickers, and ''[[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Methodists]]!''\\
'''Taggart:''' ''[finding pen and paper]'' [[TheLongList Could you repeat that, sir]]?

* The locations and conditions for eating ''Literature/GreenEggsAndHam'' contain this throughout the story.
* "The Butcher, the Baker and the Candlestick-maker" from the NurseryRhyme "Rub-a-dub-dub", as well as "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Sailor" from the one of that name.

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* In ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'', Barney's list of the professions of the women who have slept with him: "A butcher, a baker, a candlestick maker. Yes -- [[LampshadeHanging we're to the rhyming section, now]]. A math professor, a tax assessor, a weight guesser..."
* A Creator/BobMonkhouse sketch uses this trope extensively. Detective Inspector Hector Vector (Monkhouse) investigates a crime scene where the witnesses include the Honourable Rector Doctor Victor Propter ("Mister?" "Doctor") and Master Foster Gloucester, studying law, sir, and [[Creator/GeoffreyChaucer Chaucer]]. "Law's a bore, sir, but Chaucer's coarser!" At the end, Vector gives TheSummation, all in rhyme, and concludes with "That's the list, nothing's missed, now I'm off to get...[[SubvertedRhymeEveryOccasion plastered!]]"
* A common mechanic in skits by ''Series/TheTwoRonnies'', usually delivered by Ronnie Barker, but the wordplay and punning were by no means limited to rhyming.

* Music/WeirdAlYankovic's "Hardware Store" has a CrowningMomentOfAwesome / MotorMouth moment once Al gets to the section with the huge [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9m7SldTq8CY#t=2m31s list of stuff the titular store has in stock]].
* Fairly common among {{List Song}}s, such as Music/BillyJoel's "We Didn't Start the Fire", which features such lines as "JFK, blown away, what else do I have to say?"
* Music/{{REM}}'s "It's The End Of The World As We Know It (and I Feel Fine)";
-->''The other night I dreamt of knives\\
Continental drift divide.\\
Mountains sit in a line\\
[[SomethingSomethingLeonardBernstein Leonard Bernstein!]]"
* "I've Been Everywhere", written by Geoff Mack and performed by everyone from Asleep At the Wheel to Music/JohnnyCash, is this trope personified:
-->''I've been to:\\
Reno, Chicago, Fargo, Minnesota,\\
Buffalo, Toronto, Winslow, Sarasota,\\
Wichita, Tulsa, Ottawa, Oklahoma,\\
Tampa, Panama, Mattawa, La Paloma,\\
Bangor, Baltimore, Salvador, Amarillo,\\
Tocapillo, Baranquilla, and Perdilla, I'm a killer.''
* The song [[http://thefump.com/fump.php?id=1170 "Words That Rhyme"]] by Baldbox contains many of these.
* [[Music/JohnLennon Ev'rybody's talking about: Bagism, Shagism, Dragism, Madism, Ragism, Tagism...]]

[[folder:Pro Wrestling]]
* Wrestling/RicFlair is a limousine-riding, jet-flying, wheelin' dealin' kiss-stealin' stylin', profilin', -- WOOOOO! -- son-of-a-gun!
* [[Wrestling/DwayneJohnson Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson]] would often use this in promos, occasionally combining two word endings to become the "[[{{Jobber}} Jabroni]]-Beatin', Pie-Eatin', [[FollowTheLeader Trail]]blazin', [[FascinatingEyebrow Eyebrow]] Raisin', Step off the brake, Foot on the Gas, Always Ready to whup some Ass People's Champ!"
* Wrestling/JohnCena did this during the "Mr. [=McMahon=] was murdered" story arc, when discussing the different people who could hate Wrestling/VinceMcMahon enough to want to kill him:
-->'''Cena:''' We could be talking hikers, bikers, drivers, divers, preachers, teachers, that drunk in the bleachers.

* ''Radio/CarTalk'' would have a [[TheLongList lengthy]] one of these OnceAnEpisode as the diet for one of its producers, [[http://www.cartalk.com/content/features/bugsy-lines/index.html Bugsy]].

* As mentioned in the LongList page, this was used in ''Theatre/CyranoDeBergerac''.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* In the AdventureGame ''VideoGame/MonkeyIsland2LeChucksRevenge'', when the Voodoo Lady tells Guybrush the ingredients he needs to find, so she can make a voodoo doll:
-->'''Voodoo Lady:''' Something of the Head, something of the Thread, something of the Body, and something of the Dead.\\
'''Guybrush:''' Wow, that almost rhymes!

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'':
** Yosemite Sam, master of the PainfulRhyme, is the "meanest, toughest, rip-roarin'-est, Edward Everett Horton-est hombre what ever packed a six-shooter!" He's also "the roughest, toughest he-man stuffest hombre that's ever crossed the Rio Grande", "the roughest, toughest, rootinest, shootinest claim-jumper that ever jumped a claim", "the blood-thirstiest, shoot 'em first-iest, doggone worst-iest buccaneer that's ever sailed the Spanish main", and "tha' hootin'-est, tootin'-est, shootin'-est bob-tailed wildcat in the West!" And "the rootinest, tootinest, fastest-shootinest, highest-salutinest" general in their parody of ''Film/{{Casablanca}}''.
** Daffy Duck's song in "Scrap Happy Daffy" ends with a rhyming list of all the junk he's collecting for the war effort.
* One ''WesternAnimation/{{Chowder}}'' episode was called "Field Tournament Style Up and Down On the Ground Manja Flanja Blanja Banja Ishka Bibble Babble Flabble Doma Roma Floma Boma Jingle Jangle Every Angle Bricka Bracka Flacka Stacka Two Ton Rerun Free for All Big Ball". [[note]]Shortened to "Big Ball" in TV listings.[[/note]]
* The "Bottom of the Sea" song. It is listed here for now as it was parodied in ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', which defines the levels at which the conditions could rhyme.
* Several WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts primarily focusing on WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}} often feature these.
* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'' had Garfield telling another cat that a nearby feast was full of "hams and yams and jams and even foods that don't rhyme."