Fnact [fnakt] = n. A false fact done in a humorous style, that one can (if they have a brain) easily deduce is a joke. Etymology: from the words "fnord" and "fact." From the Latin "fnordus" and "factus."
An example of a fnact:
Random Fnact: The Indian (India Indian) mystical sound "Om" came - incidentally - from the misunderstanding a mentally deficient fakir had when chatting with a dyslexic cow. So we have a stupid fakir to blame for "Om." ;-)