Definition & Meaning of "TCIAL"
What does tcial mean? View the definition of tcial and all related slang terms containing tcial below:
Usage of TCIALThe abbreviation TCIAL stands for 'The cake is a lie,' which is a phrase commonly used in pop culture and video games. It originated from a game called Portal, where the player is promised cake as a reward for completing tasks. However, as the game progresses, it becomes clear that the promise of cake was just a deception to keep the player motivated. Therefore, 'The cake is a lie' refers to a false promise or a trick.
Example of TCIAL used in texting:
1. Friend 1: Hey, did you hear about that new restaurant?
Friend 2: Yeah, I went there last week, but their food was terrible. TCIAL, don't believe the hype.
2. Mom: Can you help me with some chores this weekend?
Me: Sorry Mom, I promised my friends I would study with them. TCIAL, I'll help you next weekend.
3. Coworker: Our boss said we'll get a bonus at the end of the month.
Me: TCIAL, he's been saying that for months. I won't believe it until I see it.