I think you are a
You may think I'm a drone,
Some say I'm a rumour,
But near to a murder, I've no sense of humour.
When I'm at a road, You'll notice a bird,
Some fashionable jargon, From me and a word.
At the head of marines,You may see me trim,
With a unit of distance, From an actor, named Tim.
I count in fives,As part of a game,
But two is my ...
I think the answer may be
This might fit with the first Penta-decker Vowelburger, since
A pedantic note:
Feedback section: this one was relatively quick and easy to solve, mostly because of the final clue. The number 26 is naturally going to bring one thing to mind, and (assuming we're OK with the pedantic note above) ...
It looks like you are
I got what I desired; food served at my expense
Split up as affixes, the following makes sense
My «prefix» is fickle; it’s not scared of snakes
The «prefix» «infix» «suffix» pepper flakes
Are you a:
Before the ladies I arrive
Perhaps, with 4 wheel drive
The greatest of my charms
Lies in my two arms -
I say half my name, split
But I'm not too full of it:
I may not be the smartest,
But I'm a pick-up artist
My prefix means to work together, and when written in full words, it means something almost rectangular.
My infix is neves semit thgie semit enin in Italy, and when written in full words, it means something usually rectangular.
My suffix is indivisible, and when written in full words, it can end its own suffix.
My whole, despite not being Phileas ...