1.The opposite of hard facts, Stories containing; lies, nonsense, rumor, speculation, falsehoods or exagerrations.
2.An exclamation indicating that one does not believe what is being said. Less common bullshit.
(Ending of a story that is Quite hard to believe) ..and then after the firemen left and police had arrested the stripper and animal control rounded up the python, my mother pulled up.
-Someone of incredulous notoriety
Blarglesnipe! That's absolute Blarglesnipe!
-A non believing audience member
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