The ability of talking and/or writing nonsense (especially during verbal or written exams), conveying absurd ideas, presenting extravagant foolishness or frivolity as a real cool idea or academically proven. Accordingly a tuft is a statement made without regard for its truth, accuracy, or veracity. Tuft is distinguished from a lie because a lie is a knowing falsehood, while tuft simply does not care whether it is true or false. Nonsense. Shit that isn't real, is unproven, or is made-up.
During the upcoming exam of European Foreign Policy I'm going to use my tuftability more than ever.
by sam.equivocus June 29, 2014