aefenglommung (aefenglommung) wrote,

Word of the Day

tru'mor, n.,, gossip with a factual basis; a conflation of "true" and "rumor." Let's just sit around and swap trumors, huh?

Coined 2004 by members of Venture Crew 699 as they arrived at the church to start their backpacking trip to NY, only to find a couple parked behind the church, having fallen asleep in their back seat. "If we knew who they were, we could start rumors about them." "The rumors would be true, then." "Yeah; trumors."

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