A statement that is presented as fact to prove a point in a discussion, usually a written discussion on the internet, but is actually unverified and may be inaccurate or untrue.
The first known usage of this term, specifically characterizing statements as fjacts, was in response to statements made by the individual with the login name "Njord" in "The Sump" message forum of a popular reef aquarium hobby board. The distinctive spelling of fjact originated from the spelling of "Njord".
"I understand that you think public education should be better funded, but is it really true that a third of all american high school graduates are functionally illiterate as you claim, or is that just another fjact?"
To mock a racial or ethnic stereotype, especially against an individual who may hold a stereotypical opinion, by acting out the stereotyped part in an exagerrated way.
Assumming that Felipe was part of the staff at the hotel, a well-dressed white lady approached him and mentioned a spill that occured in a nearby conference room. Felipe shucked her off with: "Oh, me sorry, me no speak inglese," then chuckled to himself as she walked off annoyed.