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A true statement made sarcastically so as to imply the statement's falseness. Used as a means of deception.
Tommy: I can't find my watch, did you take it Billy?

Billy (sarcastically): Yeah I, your best friend, stole your watch...along with all the money from your piggy bank and wallet..

Tommy: That's flarkin, Billy! You stole the watch and the money, didn't you!

Billy: Ah, you got me Tommy, here's the watch and the money I stole. Sorry.
by Adam Ollie G. December 08, 2009
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