Fake politeness, usually displayed in public settings. People who are fauxlite are perceived to be very sweet and innocent by their casual friends, but can be devious, manipulative and mean. A fauxlite person's true colors only shine through by accident, or are demonstrated to those in their circle of trust -- a.k.a. their family. Also, those who see through this facade are coldly received by the fauxliter. **Friends rarely, if ever, believe that a fauxliter could ever be anything but nice and kind.**
Fauxliters are often martyrs who decline any offer of help/assistance (so as not to impose), laugh really loud and overzealously at jokes, buy/make random gifts, and say yes to almost anything their friends ask of them.
Michelle: My mom is such a jerk. She called me a thief and a liar and was yelling at me on the phone today.
Gary: No way! Your mom is SO nice! She baked me a cake for no reason. She would never say those things!
Michelle: Oh please! She is so fauxlite it makes me want to vomit. You just don't see it because you're not related to her.