What's the last thing you lied about?
Asked by Jane Belanger
September 15, 2010
From Rancho San Diego (Assistant Manager)
Saying that I was hungover when I wasn’t. My friends wanted to go out and drink again. I didn’t want to drink anymore, so I said, “I’m hungover; I’m just gonna hang out and relax today.”
From Temecula (Retired)
My weight. I’ve been sick, so I lost a lot of weight and I’m trying to gain the weight back. I lied to my husband when I made myself out to weigh more than I do.
From La Jolla (Real Estate Broker)
That I wasn’t coming down for my girlfriend’s birthday. But then I showed up and partied with her. I lied and told her that I couldn’t make it because I was watching a movie with my parents. She was almost crying, “I can’t believe you can’t make it out for my birthday!” She was pretty surprised when I showed up.
From Eastlake (Valet)
I lied to my mom when I told her I took my brother somewhere that I didn’t. I was taking him to a party. But he wasn’t supposed to go to the party; he was supposed to spend the night at a friend’s house. It’s better if she finds out. I feel guilty. I won’t feel guilty if she finds out.
From MIramar (Homemaker)
I think the last thing I lied about was how much alcohol we had in the house. We were saving it for ourselves!
From University City (Massage Therapist)
Probably money. If you don’t want to go somewhere, it’s always a good excuse. “Oh, I don’t have any money.” Money’s always a good excuse. Nobody can say anything about that one!