Slang term referring to a fallacy of argument, the act of referencing a source or example that has very little or nothing to do with a current debate. The act of turning attention away from matter at hand by creating a distraction.
Mike: No you're wrong there were three cupcakes left.
Jared: You don't know what you're talking about, last time I checked you have to be able to count to be an accountant.
Mike: Oh, alright ice cream on the pavement, whatever you say.
by Kim tedeze February 09, 2012

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