Is there a name for this writing tic/technique (which I find very annoying, by the way):
Please note: these examples are in the form of dialogue which belies the context in which my question was meant to be placed. I've therefore added additional examples at the bottom of this post that are actual writing samples (slightly modified to protect the author's identity) that contain this tic/technique.
“I ate an omelette that was, well, made of eggs.”
“The sun rose and, well, I woke up.”
“These sentences are, well, quite frankly annoying.”
edit: as it says in the question, I'm asking about writing, not speaking. Not sure why multiple people are confusing that point.
Examples of what I mean, not in dialogue form:
e.g. Rather than fire back sarcastically at what I find to be unsuccessfully pedantic comments, I choose to, well, accept the input and try to clarify my question.
e.g. I was writing an article yesterday that was, well, about something I wished to discuss!
e.g. This essay which I am writing is, well, a statement of my personal opinions.