Created by: metrohumanx
Definition: v. To change the dates, times or sequence of past events, in order to put a better perspective on your current situation. n. An historical date which has been "adjusted" to fit present needs.
Sentence: The warranty can’t be expired. It’s too new to be so tired. I told you twice – ‘twas just last week… And that’s not simply CHRONOTWEAK!
Etymology: CHRONO-prefix relating to TIME;Greek, from chronos+ TWEAK-to make usually small adjustments in or to;probably alteration of Middle English twikken to pull sharply, from Old English twiccian to pluck.