A combination of "true," and "touche." A way of saying "I'm wrong, you're right."
"Fuck man, the toaster's broken!"
"It's not plugged in."
When a friend calls you out on something and the correct response would be both true and touche.
Ally: That dumbass came in my mouth!
Shelby: Well at least he didn't give you a Chicago bow tie..
A retort of submission to another's rhetorical jab that rings with alarming verity.
"Geez, I'm really pissed at my friend, she didn't call me at exactly seven o'clock like she said she would."
"But your friend lives in Colorado, which is mountain time. And we live in North Carolina, you mountain moron."
Pronouced true-shey. When someone brings up a viable argument in which one would use the phrase touché, but the argument itself is also true.
Me: Hey, you lied, money does grow on trees.
Friend: I never said that, your dad said that.
It's a cross between Touche' and True.
Instead of saying "true true" when you get moded.
Instead of saying "Touche'" when you get corrected.
Me: Hurry up Jen
Jen: Suck my ****
Me: You don't have a ****
Jen: It's bigger than yours
Me: I was gonna tell you a joke about my penis but it's too long
Jen: I was gonna tell you a joke about my vagina but you won't get it.
Me: ...dang, Truche'
True + Touche = Truche! It's used to affirm when someone makes an excellent, valid and entirely truthful statement.
"A woman with a large posterior should not wear cheetah pants." And in response "Truche."
(Pronounced like "true" and "touche" combined) When a rebuttal is given, a person who agrees and admits defeat may say "truche"
"My wiener is larger than yours", "No, look at mine", "Truche bro"