blue streak

noun
1.
something moving very fast: They traveled like a blue streak through Italy.
2.
continuous, rapid, or interminable speech: to talk a blue streak.

Origin:
1820–30, Americanism

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Joss was talking a blue streak to the receptionist, who was listening amiably.
There is a bright blue streak across the tops of the trees at times.
My foreman was a rough talking boss, he would talk a blue streak of cuss words.
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