A common title used by conspiracy theory websites that use information that is probably flawed, biased and out of the norm to cast something in a negative light.
If you see a website saying "the truth about" to describe something, it is likely just some conspiracy theorist who is trying to cast something otherwise positive or neutral in a negative light. Of course not all sites saying "the truth about" are like that, but more often than not they are.
by udusers1 September 10, 2014
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Japan and America/Britain are an opposing positive field, meaning that both cultures are fascinated with each other, such as Beckham in Tokyo, or Nintendo. Japan is just like any other place, so i dont feel that i should think of the people any differently, or that they're better or worse.

They're just like you and me.
By the way, using chopsticks is such a pain. i dont know how asian toddlers can do it but i can't!
by Biafra J October 7, 2004
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If you encounter a website which the title is "the truth about", most likely it is a pseudoscientific website consisting of baseless claims with no citation.
"The truth about Saturated Fat" Then begins to tell us how healthy saturated fat is for us which is dangerous misinformation because Saturated fat is known to increase triglycerides and cholesterol levels in the blood, therefore increasing the risk of coronary heart disease due to causing a build up of plaque in the arteries.
by Rotten Turkey May 23, 2022
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