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A charge that is not yet a criminal offense, but should be. Deliberately mis-stating how long something will take, how much it will cost, or how difficult it will be.

Originated by Larry Miller and Colonel Jeff Fox.
Tim: It's real close, an easy 5-10 minutes hike.
David (after a 30 minute hike straight up the side of a mountain): That wasn't 10 minutes!
Tim: I knew if I told you the truth, you wouldn't do it.
David: That's an intentional false estimate. You should be in jail, asshole.

Her: We just have to stop in at the party and say "hi". 30 minutes tops.
Him (2 hours later): 30 minutes!? 30 minutes?! Intentional false estimate!
Her: Just like, "the game will be over in 5 minutes?"
by Evadgib December 12, 2011
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