This makes the third date a natural moment to fess up about any contagious diseases.
In Britain, Prime Minister David Cameron asks British blokes to fess up about their fantasies—for the good of the children.
Yele Haiti did fess up to paying you $100,000 for a benefit concert in Monaco.
The “fess up” cliché assumes that the media climate has not changed since the 1990s.
After initial denials, Quayle was eventually forced to fess up to composing the salacious posts.
Well, to 'fess up and tell you the truth, I got frightened out of my wits.
You are not suspected, but you will be if you don't 'fess up.
"Oh, I'd 'fess up," she said lightly, playing with her food.
That's easy enough to say, McLean; but ten to one you've got some snap picked out for you already, now 'fess up, ain't you?
Finally, Ill go to Joe and fess up ifif you say so, he gulped.
To confess; admit the truth: Then why doesn't the judge come clean and fess up?/ He finally fessed up to something that I've known a long time (1840+)