come from the English word "falter"
1. When a person stops action due to pointless trivial statements, tends to be associated with entertainment or film news. Has the effect to create lapses in time awareness that astonishes people when they realize how long they've been "faulknered." (especially during a game of beer pong)
2. The ability to waste copious time through the use of trivial knowledge and news
noun: "Damn it, he's a Faulkner."
2. to give a watch to another person for any reason.
"What ARE you talking about?"
"Pardon me, I tend to faulkner when I'm driving."
2. "Son, I want you to have this watch.."
"Not that I remember time but that I forget it now and then...Seriously dad, if you are going to faulkner, at least be original."
1.To repair or enhance something previously broken through use of everyday objects.
2. To use ingenuity to fix or remedy a problem using only the tools available at hand.
3. To jury-rig