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I. One of the many examples of illiteracy of the character, Charlie Kelly, from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Introduced while bantering with the lawyer during the episode "Paddy's Pub: Home of the Original Kitten Mittons", this educated pseudo-noun is the perfect interjection into any conversation where some period of time has passed/will have passed.

II. Specifically, a forknight is a period of time that the user defines that makes the plural usage of forknight redundant and thus, by it's very definition, perfectly acceptable in an illiterate sense.

Charlie: "Now mind you that here-to-for document had dry ink on it for at least many forknights."
II. The period of time covered below is equivalent, dependent on the time in a forknight.

"The OJ Simpson murder trial lasted several forknights before a verdict was reached."

"The OJ Simpson murder trial lasted a forknight before a verdict was reached."
by Mr. Magoo vol. 2 February 15, 2012
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