posted by Tom McLaughlan alias daruma* on Tuesday 10th of February 2009 12:36:30 PM
fib [fib] noun, verb, fibbed, fib⋅bing. –noun 1.a small or trivial lie; minor falsehood. –verb (used without object) 2.to tell a fib. Origin: 1560–70; short for fibble-fable nonsense, gradational compound based on fable OK. So maybe yesterday's wasn't the last of the lobby light's at the Royal Festival Hall... ;-) Part of the south bank and ministract sets.
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