yadda yadda yadda

yad·da yad·da yad·da

or ya·da ya·da ya·da  (yä′də yä′də yä′də)
adv. Informal
And so forth; et cetera.

[Imitative of long-winded or voluble speech.]

yadda yadda yadda

(ˌjædəjædəˈjædə) or

yada yada yada

slang US tedious or long-winded talk
[C20: of uncertain origin; possibly imitative of the sound of someone talking at length in a dull manner]
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When I say "we", I know I'm not speaking for everyone, there are some of you, I'm sure, who feel overjoyed at Trump becoming the most powerful leader in the world and you're sick of "left-wing hand wringers" like me complaining about it, as democracy has been served, yadda yadda yadda.
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Like I say, this isn't some old codger's rant about the kids of today, yadda yadda yadda.