1. Avoiding direct response by promising the impossible.
2. Relying on the talent of others in order to take credit or displace blame.
3. Self-aggrandizing expressionism at the cost of peers and subordinates.
4. Acts and behaviors of John Fineout, such as conversing with other men at the urinal.
A. Man, the boss pulled a Fineout Maneuver, and now we're all going to get fired.
B. I can't believe you pulled a Fineout Maneuver and blamed me for your mistakes!
C. Jesus Christ! I got the Fineout Maneuver in the men's room.
When you are mistaken for someone else while doing something completely wrong or inappropriate.
"Dude I totally just Palazzo'd the guy in the stall next to me when the boss walked in."
|3.||Dingleberry of Truth|
This is where you can no longer hide the fact that shit is starting to build up and you need to clean yourself of the mess your in.
Looks like you can't pay the rent because the business you started isn't working. Your are in the Dingleberry of Truth and need to do something about it.