The place most people in the world tend to think their opinions reside...
This music sucks, no one should listen to it! That's a FACT!
A magical word that when spelled all in capitals, emboldened and followed by an exclamation mark makes any statement it follows indisputably true.
Dave: Hey Kyle
Kyle: Hey Dave
Dave: Did you hear that Luke had finally come out?
Kyle: No way! He's not even gay.
Kyle: Fair enough.
That which is founded in truth.
Just don't look up my definition of "truth", that's all I ask!
the name [republicans] give to their opinions
Making a statement, whether true or not, and finishing off with the word 'fact' in capital letters, so to add emphasis and complete authority.
Thierry Henry signs for Saints FACT
When somebody adds "Fact" to the end of their sentence, they are usually stating a controversial opinion, as if the addition of the word makes it so just because they said so.
Usually it is a sign of unwarranted self-importance.
Idiot: Megadeth are dead after Rust in Peace. Fact.
Sane person: No, that's just your opinion.
Used at the end of a statement to emphasize a particularly strong feeling, or opinion.
Erik is gorgeous...Fact.
see [taint] as its the best answer to what a fact is
There's only a bit of skin between the muckhole and the fuckhole and if you slip, You're in the shit and thats a Fact.
A verb. When someone is given wrong factual information but doesn't bother checking if it's correct and goes on telling everyone about it, making himself look like an idiot. We say he was fact. Such wrong information is usually given by a person that was fact and doesn't know it, or is ignorant on purpose.
Hey, the other day this guy told me that the fastest car ever went faster than the speed of light and i told it to my friends. They started laughing at me and i realized i was fact.
Hey dude, this is not true, i guess you were fact again!
# a piece of information about circumstances that exist or events that have occurred; "first you must collect all the facts of the case"
# a statement or assertion of verified information about something that is the case or has happened; "he supported his argument with an impressive array of facts"
# an event known to have happened or something known to have existed; "your fears have no basis in fact"; "how much of the story is fact and how much fiction is hard to tell"
# a concept whose truth can be proved; "scientific hypotheses are not facts"
Jessss Loves Rickkkk More is a FACT