Verboticism: Unfib

'Those drugs were my wife's drugs...'

DEFINITION: v. intr. To be accused of something you didn't do, then do that exact same thing later, completely by accident. n. A false accusation which coincidentally happens to be correct.

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Created by: ErWenn

Pronunciation: /ˌʌnˈfɪb/

Sentence: One can unfib accidentally: "I unfibbed my fake broken leg by tripping on the crutches I was using for verisimilitude." One is occasionally required to unfib on purpose: "I told her that we were going to go bowling because I thought that would make her stay home, but when she pulled out her personalized ball and custom-fit shoes, I was forced to go and unfib the whole thing."

Etymology: From un- + fib

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Comments: Unfib

ErWenn - 2008-02-19: 10:31:00
Sometimes people tell what they think are lies when they are actually telling the truth. While this is often referred to as "unfibbing", technically "malfibbing" would be more correct.

silveryaspen - 2008-02-19: 11:39:00