v. 1, To remove the filter between one’s personal thoughts and speech, resulting in free indirect discourse.
2. to give a watch to another person for any reason.
1. "What the hell am I doing, I was supposed to turn left on Ponce, man I need to lose weight"
"What ARE you talking about?"
"Pardon me, I tend to faulkner when I'm driving."
2. "Son, I want you to have this watch.."
"Not that I remember time but that I forget it now and then...Seriously dad, if you are going to faulkner, at least be original."
adj. A word one uses to mask his or her ignorance of concrete facts on a given subject. Usually confined to universities and government institutions, sociocultural is is a shortened way of saying, "Don't ask me for the particulars, I went to college for a longer period of time than you did." The word has gained increasing use in liberal arts programs due to its ability to increase the grades of a term paper by 10 points.
"If this program failed 10 years ago, why should we consider trying it again?"
"Well, you see, the sociocultural aspects...(enter illogical argument here)"