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Some of the biggest lies ever told:
The check is in the mail.
You get this one; I'll pay next time.
My wife doesn't understand me.
Trust me, I'll take ...
A lie is like a snowball. The longer it is rolled on the ground the larger it becomes.
No one has a good enough memory to lie.
To lie a little is not possible; whoever lies, lies a whole lie.
Telling the truth makes life simpler and more comfortable. If you don't, you have to struggle to keep your stories straight, trying to remember what-all ...
Ninety-one percent of us admit we lie routinely. Thirty-one percent of us who are married admit to having an extramarital affair lasting over a year. ...
One of the striking differences between a cat and a lie is a cat only has nine lives.
Let [Truth] and Falsehood grapple; who ever knew Truth put to the worse, in a free and open encounter?
The most common lie is the lie one tells to oneself.
Three churches struggled to survive. Then one of the churches called a pastor who was extremely gifted. His sermons were relevant and gripping. His personality ...