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.

[[AC: {{Film}}]]
* 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]], [[BadAss ass-kickers]], shit-kickers, and ''[[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Methodists]]!''
-->'''Taggart:''' [finding pen and paper] [[TheLongList Could you repeat that, sir]]?

[[AC: {{Literature}}]]
* The locations and conditions for eating GreenEggsAndHam contain this throughout the story.
* As mentioned in the LongList page, this was used in ''CyranoDeBergerac''.
* "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.

[[AC: LiveActionTV]]
* 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 The Two Ronnies, usually delivered by Ronnie Barker, but the wordplay and punning were by no means limited to rhyming.

[[AC: {{Music}}]]
* Music/WeirdAlYankovic's "Hardware Store" has a CrowningMomentOfAwesome / MotorMouth moment once Al gets to the section with the huge [[ 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.

[[AC: ProfessionalWrestling]]
* RicFlair is a limousine-riding, jet-flying, wheelin' dealin' kiss-stealin' stylin', profilin', -- WOOOOO! -- son-of-a-gun!
* [[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!"
* JohnCena did this during the "Mr. [=McMahon=] was murdered" story arc, when discussing the different people who could hate VinceMcMahon enough to want to kill him:
-->'''Cena:''' "We could be talking hikers, bikers, drivers, divers, preachers, teachers, that drunk in the bleachers."

[[AC: {{Radio}}]]
* ''CarTalk'' would have a [[TheLongList lengthy]] one of these OnceAnEpisode as the diet for one of its producers, [[ Bugsy]].

[[AC: VideoGames]]
* 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!"

[[AC: WesternAnimation]]
* 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 ''{{Casablanca}}''.
* [[ This]] ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' short uses a rhyming list each floor for an ElevatorFloorAnnouncement.
* Daffy Duck's song in "Scrap Happy Daffy" ends with a rhyming list of all the junk he's collecting for the war effort.
* 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 ClassicDisneyShorts primarily focusing on {{Goofy}} often feature these.
* One episode of ''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."