We’ve all been guilty of telling a fib or two but some people don’t know how to make a lie sound plausible.
Twitter user,@elizaskinner, asked fellow users what was the dumbest lie that they've ever told and the results proved hilarious.
Here are some of the best.
When she was little we told our daughter that the ice cream truck only plays music to let you know they're out of ice cream-- worked for years until she was at Siobhan's house and they busted me😂— #EndSuperdelegates ⏳ (@pppatticake) June 17, 2018
When I was in 3rd grade I thought having glasses was REALLY cool. I told my mom I was having trouble seeing. She set an appt with the optometrist and I purposefully said all of the wrong letters during the test.— Steven Lucas (@stevenclucas) June 17, 2018
Told everyone in my kindergarten class my grandma died, she did not. People from the church and school came over bringing us food and to comfort, ther is sitting my grandma! 😏— Robbinhood (@Robbinh05641004) June 17, 2018
For some reason I was obsessed with being Australian as a kid and I told my whole kindergarten class that my dad was from there and when my teacher asked why he didn’t have an accent i said he lost it on the trip over— Allen Strickland Williams (@TotallyAllen) June 17, 2018
In the 1st grade a girl i liked told me she liked another boy instead of me. So in the morning before school i wrapped my hand tightly with toilet paper, went to school and told her that the boy she liked broke my hand.— HamJenkinsIII™️ (@hamjenkinsIII) June 17, 2018
In 2nd or 3rd grade, my older brother had his water gun taken away from him by the principal so he asked me to call the school and pretend to be our dad and demand she give it back. She totally would've bought it, too, if knew how to pronounce 'confiscate' correctly...— Alex Schmalex. (@AEC_PA) June 17, 2018