Lost for words definition from the Urban dictionary - "You talk nonstop, but fail to convey your thoughts/emotions effectively".
As aptly demonstrated by Deutsche Bank Torsten Slok, Chief International Economist, in his latest US January outlook, the Fed's balance sheet is not the only inflating item, with the latest FOMC statement at almost 900 words.
The below graph says it all.
Another manifestation of the "Cantillon" effect? We wonder when the Fed will start "tapering" its FOMC statement. Oh well...