That's a fact: She'll die a Turnipseed. Fack
To tell the truth; utter facts: Negroes know that facking means speaking facts
[1940s+ Black; fr the normal pronunciation of fact in black English]
"Well, they ain't what ye mout call purty, that's a fack," said the guard.
"That such may be the fack, I'll no' gainsay," replied the Scot.
Wot yer washups don't quite tumble to's the fack as like breeds like.
I'm mighty discouraged about 'em up thar, an' that's a fack.
Andy was born mean, and, as Eradicate Sampson used to say, "dat meanness neber will done git whitewashed outer him--dat's a fack!"
In fack, I don't know as more'n one'd git through if you an' me both started.
In fack, if any member appeared there in evenin dress he'd be instantly expeld.
fack ub de mattah, Lenie, freedum mebbe good fur you young uns who wuzunt use ter de ole times.
In fack, he wuz agoin to git yuh one, but he had to leave so quick-like.
I'm aware that I'm in the great metrop'lis of the world, and it doesn't make me onhappy to admit the fack.