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    If FactCat says it, then it are a fact.
    FactCat knows it because FactCat edited the Wikipedia article on it.

    A highfalutin' term for making shit up. Throwing one of those around could land yourself in Internet court. Before saying that an opinion is a fact please consult the following source and consider it's message before using phrases like "it's a fact" as an order to us for subscribing to your opinions. This sentence = not fact, just opinion, lulz points deducted.[1] It would do well to remind internet pundits the difference between a fact and an opinion.

    A fact is a piece of text pasted from a Wikipedia article.[citation needed] In the past a fact was something that could be objectively verified as real, according to the standards of proof demanded by logical positivism and scientific realism. The invention of The Internet made the external justification of facts using peer-reviewed research and education irrelevant, replacing them with a plethora of reliable, electronic means of verification. For a list of facts, see the article on common knowledge.

    Factual Inaccuracy

    How to Identify Factual Inaccuracies

    Any statement that:

    • Begins with: "Studies show"
    • Begins with: "My fellow Americans"
    • Begins with: "Some say/Some have stated"
    • Begins with: "My client is clearly"
    • Begins with: "I was talkin with my girlfriend/buttbuddy(moar likely)/rapist(even moar likely)"
    • Begins with: "I'm not a (racist, sexist, homophobe, lawyer, doctor, nigger, Scientologist etc.), but..." (See also: dubious disclaimer)
    • Begins with or contains the phrase: "It's obvious that"
    • Begins with: "Trust me I know"
    • Begins with: "At the end of the day..."
    • Begins with: "The state of the union is strong..."
    • Begins with: "In the bible" or "It says in the bible"
    • Anytime Nick Simmons says, "My dad, Gene Simmons says..."
    • Has a woman saying that she didn't want to be raped.
    • Any woman using the word "No". Everyone knows they mean yes.
    • Has the words, "My Little Pony" anywhere in the response from an autistic piece of shit, such as how many of them claim to have learned empathy from the show.
    • Is on Tara Strong's Twitter account.
    • Ends with the phrase: "It's true, they tested it on Mythbusters."
    • Ends with the phrase: "True story." For black persons, synonyms are "Chunk", "On God", "Real Talk", or "On my Momma/bird/dead [insert family member]."
    • Is taught at an educational establishment.
    • Is taught by Jews.
    • Says that it is "Neutral".
    • Appears in a movie based on a "True story".
    • Appears in anything animated.
    • Anything to do with Japan/Anime.
    • Appears inside of Encyclopedia Dramatica.
    • Appears inside of Urban Dictionary.

    List of People who Rely on Factual Inaccuracies



    Within time and space, every effect has a cause. And the effect can act as the condition that causes a subsequent effect. A story is born; lulz are had! Example:

    List of people who have never told a lie

    Examples of Factual Inaccuracies as a Drama-Generating Technique

    Factual Inaccuracies and ED

    Simply put, most of the articles on ED are the truth. Don't believe it? Well then search up that topic in another source, and watch as ED was right the whole time.

    Example of a Fact Often Mistaken for an Opinion

    Example of an Opinion Often Mistaken for a Fact

    See Also

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