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Definition of a fudge factor

fudge factor

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Definitions include: colloquial pronunciation of fool.
Definitions include: to vomit.
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Definitions include: acronym for "in case you missed it".
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Definitions include: acronym for "as far as I understand".
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Other terms relating to 'factor':

Definitions include: the gross exaggeration or embellishment of everyday stories, can often times be complete fabrications.
Definitions include: distance distortion factor.
Definitions include: "duh", "oh my gosh", "blonde moment", "brain fart".
Definitions include: The tightening to various degrees of the anal sphincter as a result of engaging in various acts of terror or daring.
Definitions include: acronym for "wife acceptance factor."
Definitions include: something that is not specifically identifiable that creates a person's success.

Other terms relating to 'fudge':

Definitions include: the bathroom.
Definitions include: a replacement word for fuck.
Definitions include: exclamation of displeasure.
Definitions include: to engage in anal sex.
Definitions include: euphemism for "what the fuck".

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