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kilyncw
12-08-2004, 06:27 PM
i really hate to lie but sometimes you have to just for the sake of everyone's welfare. when i was younger i used to lie all the time cause i could talk my way out of anything.

i think one of the biggest and worst lie i've ever told was to a DEA agent who was investigating a very good friend of mine. i knew everything about the investigation but fortunately i wasn't part of it. i was only questioned as someone who knew him very well.

how it started.....i live about 20 miles away from the #1 heroin trafficing city on the east coast. well their was a drug deal gone bad (i was not a part of it, for the record). they got busted. some ppl got shot and some got away, my friend was one of them that got away.

the agent didn't know he was there or even a part of it for sure. they only knew he was part of that crowd. well i got tackled by 3 agents coming out of bushes while walking home. it was crazy. they took me in for questioning and i told them that there was no way my friend could have been there cause him and i were at a concert, when it was me and my brother who were actually at the concert.

this entire story was preconspired because we knew they'd be coming after me as well.

it was a huge lie cause it went on forever and i ended having to lie to everyone and i hated it.

but was it a bad lie to protect a friend even though he was in the wrong?
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Mandy
12-08-2004, 06:30 PM
i really hate to lie but sometimes you have to just for the sake of everyone's welfare. when i was younger i used to lie all the time cause i could talk my way out of anything.

i think one of the biggest and worst lie i've ever told was to a DEA agent who was investigating a very good friend of mine. i knew everything about the investigation but fortunately i wasn't part of it. i was only questioned as someone who knew him very well.

how it started.....i live about 20 miles away from the #1 heroin trafficing city on the east coast. well their was a drug deal gone bad (i was not a part of it, for the record). they got busted. some ppl got shot and some got away, my friend was one of them that got away.

the agent didn't know he was there or even a part of it for sure. they only knew he was part of that crowd. well i got tackled by 3 agents coming out of bushes while walking home. it was crazy. they took me in for questioning and i told them that there was no way my friend could have been there cause him and i were at a concert, when it was me and my brother who were actually at the concert.

this entire story was preconspired because we knew they'd be coming after me as well.

it was a huge lie cause it went on forever and i ended having to lie to everyone and i hated it.

but was it a bad lie to protect a friend even though he was in the wrong?


Err...and then you woke up? That all sounds like a crazy dream to me.

I used to lie all the time when I was little, but I never got away with it because it was always obvious that I was lying. Plus if I broke something and lied about it, my parents alway knew it was me because my brother NEVER got into trouble.

The biggest lie I ever told?

I don't think I've ever told a big big lie that I regret. I always keep important things to myself though. Like telling someone that I love them because I'm too afraid of what they'll say.

kilyncw
12-08-2004, 06:36 PM
you can be in disbelief but it was about 2 years ago it has all blown over now cause my friend got busted anyway for pretty the same thing just another time and place. i haven't seen him since then, but that is why i kinda regret it, cause it will forever be a lie and the out come is the same even if i would have told the truth. but its no joke. i really can't lie anymore, i just feel really bad then i fess up anyway.
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DefyingGravity
12-08-2004, 06:38 PM
I've never told a lie.





(that one)

Richard
12-08-2004, 06:53 PM
When I was eight, I said to my parents "My sister made me watch porn".

They didn't buy it. :icon_redf

frodo1511
12-08-2004, 08:34 PM
I spent 20 minutes trying to tell my principal/teacher/secretary that I hit a girl on "accident" when I was 7.
I was just REALLY pissed off at her, and needed to get my anger out.
...lie didn't work, got a week's detention.

Mandy
12-08-2004, 08:38 PM
I spent 20 minutes trying to tell my principal/teacher/secretary that I hit a girl on "accident" when I was 7.
I was just REALLY pissed off at her, and needed to get my anger out.
...lie didn't work, got a week's detention.

Serves you right for hitting a girl.

frodo1511
12-08-2004, 08:47 PM
Serves you right for hitting a girl.

I thought she had cooties. Very contractiable disease.

Hazzle
12-08-2004, 09:55 PM
Yes yes...valid excuse for hitting a girl of course..."cooties".

"Your honour, I only killed her because she had the cooties"

Kelly gets a cookie for her lie :D

Hmmm...big lies...I've not told big LIES, but I've done very dishonest things...like stealing from my parents...and I've told them many smaller lies...from time to time...but big lies? Nahh.

keira_lover
12-08-2004, 09:58 PM
No big lies for me either, just a lot of small insignificant ones and the occasional white lie, but those don't really count, do they?

acliff
12-08-2004, 09:59 PM
I am a wonderful liar.

No honestly. *blushes*

keira_lover
12-08-2004, 10:02 PM
I am a wonderful liar.

No honestly. *blushes*

Wait, so all that baby talk was just a big lie!? *runs off, crying hysterically*

Kelsey
13-08-2004, 12:03 AM
I won't even go there because you'll all think I'm the most horrible person ever. Even though it wasn't *techically* a lie. It was more like an omission. Or a lie.

Though now I understand that lies hurt people.

duckula
13-08-2004, 12:05 AM
Lies are human, good and bad. I have lied. It usually works out fine.

Elijahfan
13-08-2004, 12:58 AM
i'm pretty good at lying to my parents and adults, but most of the time i get screwed over though because no one around me knows how to play along. i got stupids people around me...oh well easy to manipulate.

acliff
13-08-2004, 03:12 PM
ive told way too many lies, i cant think of the worst..and i never really learn from my mistakes so i just keep doing it.. often i dont even have a good reason for lying (like to protect someone) i often lie to my brother just because im bored .. then i forget to tell him its a lie and all sorts of bad things happen... so the moral is lying is bad.. dont do it if you can help it :)

Don't do it if you can help it, unless it can help you ;)

Hazzle
13-08-2004, 03:45 PM
I always knew Cliff was a shifty bugger. He IS a salesman after all...NEVER trust one of THOSE.

Narzys
13-08-2004, 04:50 PM
O yes.. I lied much, but only to get no fight with somebody or to defend my reputation (not to get a better one).. I mean for my own wellfare. Others could think I'm a big loser. :(
I think it is a weakness.

Elijahfan
14-08-2004, 01:46 AM
ive told way too many lies, i cant think of the worst..and i never really learn from my mistakes so i just keep doing it.. often i dont even have a good reason for lying (like to protect someone) i often lie to my brother just because im bored .. then i forget to tell him its a lie and all sorts of bad things happen... so the moral is lying is bad.. dont do it if you can help it :)

i lie to my brother all the time too, just to be an ass to him. he's 19 and i'm 15 so its fun when he gets mad. like i'll hide the pop in the fridge and he'll ask were i got it and i'll say i pulled it out of my ass. he just goes along with things though, asking me back if i could pull another out. i think we're really childish around each other, our parents get made when we do stuff like that in public.

Richard
14-08-2004, 04:55 AM
I think that it's better to have someone lie to you, rather than someone who doesn't leave the toilet seat down.

It's true you know, lying isn't so bad. Definitely not the worst thing in the world.

Hazzle
14-08-2004, 11:05 AM
I think lying is all based on the circumstances...there can be a good reason for being dishonest, but I do think that people should be entirely honest with those they love/care about...sure we all make mistakes but once you realise it was a mistake to lie, it's so much better and easier to just tell those you care about...sure it's often hard to go back on a lie...and you feel obligated to chase a lie after a lie to cover it up and keep it covered up...but the truth has this nasty way of getting out...and it can destroy trust in relationships and friendships.

And without trust friendships and relationships can die.

kilyncw
18-08-2004, 04:59 PM
i honestly think i beat my the lie to the DEA. but i'm still in the middle of it so i can't really say what it is yet. but GOD i am such a bad person. but it is a lie for love i guess you could say. i don't know but it is still really bad and i could get in so much trouble.

hopefully in a few months things will be better.

but yeah this is so much worse than my original biggest lie.
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