Without merit. Words preceding a falsehood or flagrant exaggeration.

Adhering to the character of the teller, statements beginning with "Jimmy told me" can be assumed to be fallacious and self-serving.
P: But "Jimmy told me" that: Martians are real, Liverpool won, his penis isn't tiny.

S: How did you start that sentence?

P: Jimmy told me.....shit man!
by frenchpaul December 10, 2010

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