Adding air quotes to a sentence, without justification, usually used as a desperate maneuver when trying to keep an uninterested audience's attention. Often the audience must ponder the speaker's intent, searching for a double meaning that is rarely forthcoming.

Can be used in conjunction with if you know what I mean
Person using Flair Quote: ...So, after I poured the orange juice I "'Toasted'" a bagel, if you know what I mean.

Person 2: Uhm, no...?
by LordAlchemist July 10, 2009

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