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96. Getting caught lying

Having to admit that you lied can be pretty awkward. 

It starts off at a young age, and it is very common. We lie. People can swear that cookies DO get up and walk away before admitting to lying. The thing about lies is that you have to remember them, and we all know that having to remember more things can mean more stress for ourselves, adding another thing to our to-to lists.

I remember some kid show, I think it might have been Arthur (on PBS Kids).. ah, yes it was. For those of you who are not very familiar with the show, here is a summary: Arthur is the main character, who is an average 3rd grader with typical children dilemmas. In this one particular episode, aired in 2002, the Tibble Twins (friends of Arthur’s younger sister, D.W.), become afraid of going to jail for lying. Of course, these lies were no big deal but they had the right idea.. until they decided to be honest –TOO honest. And then they made things awkward.

Just about every show out there that tries to teach a lesson about lying talks about these things:

  1. You are likely to get caught
  2. You have to keep making things up in order to keep your lie going
  3. The truth comes out in the end
  4. Your nose will grow bigger
Sure, all of them may be true. They always forget one though..
5. It makes things awkward.
Have you ever been caught lying?
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4 Comments
  1. Lie? Me? Never! Ever! And you can’t count Santa and the Easter Bunny…;)

    October 28, 2011
    • Hahaha! Ok Santa doesn’t count

      October 29, 2011
  2. Yes, very awkward it is when kids decide to be too honest about the people around them. My 3 year old niece once asked my cousin (female, in her teens) what the huge thing on her nose was; a pimple she was desperately trying to hide. Poor thing went all red.

    October 31, 2011
    • Oh yes. You’re definitely right, honesty can be awkward sometimes. Your cousin must have been embarrassed! Hahaha 🙂

      Reminds me of this one:

      When children tell you the truth

      October 31, 2011

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