Saturday, April 4, 2009

Small Talk Six: Worst Lies You Ever Told

Today’s topic is “6 of the worst lies you’ve ever told.” You can answer this with a list of 6 words, 6 phrases, 6 sentences, 6 paragraphs, 6 photos, 6 videos, etc . . .

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Oh, this is a difficult one.....but here goes.

1. I have called work and told them I was too sick to work. I don't do that now because it wouldn't be worth it when I have to call about 6 parents and explain to all of them that I was sick when I really wasn't.

2. I have told someone that I loved their "new" hairdo, when actually I didn't like it at all.

3. I have told someone that I like the gift they gave me when actually I hated it and returned it for something else. Sorry Mom!

4.I once told our daughter that her cat must have run away when it really got crushed under the garage door.

5. I have said "I already mailed you the payment" when in reality I forgot to put it in the mailbox.

6. Last but not least, Thank goodness. I have told a parent that I had no problems with their kids that day even though I did. I just don't like being negative with them if it's nothing truly important.


  1. I have done all of those! Except I'd have to modify the parent ones.

  2. Awww! Poor kitty!! I think I wouldn't have been able to bring myself to tell the truth about that one to a child either.

  3. I am shocked, I would of never thought you would ever tell a lie.. hehehe, And just so you know I LOVED THAT HAIRCUT.. It matched the dogs...
    hehehe later.
    Have Fun, check the family site, a new babe in the family.

  4. I have the opposite problem, where people tell me my hair looks like crap ;-)

    Good ones!

  5. I always have problems with number 3--I never know if I should return it or not and I always feel so guilty when I do!

  6. Ah... #3. The awful gift.
    And the lie that follows. *sigh*

    I receive a terrible gift (or OBVIOUSLY re-gifted) for every stinkin' holiday and birthday... From my step-mother.

    I wish I had the backbone to say, "Thank you for thinking of me, but please take your half-empty bottle of skinky, cheap perfume back home. And, please don't tell me it has never been used, because I can smell it on you NOW, and the bottle is not full. But, really... you smell lovely. And, your new haircut is adorable!"

    This is not a lie: it was great to have you visit my blog! Thanks for stopping by! :)


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