“What’s the best bullsh*t you’ve heard someone come out with?” 14 superb lies
There's a bloke who walks his dog the same place as mine that is a compulsive bullshitter.
When the BBC iplayer 1st came out i asked him if he is familiar with it
" Familiar with it???….. I DESIGNED it"
— Kevin Caswell-Jones (@poshkev1963) May 22, 2019
A guy I was at 6th form with claimed he wrote and played all the guitar parts on Alice Cooper's 'Trash' album despite not being able to play guitar, clearly not being the guy in the videos or the live footage & also being 16 and from small-town UK
— Chris F (@chrysostomatic) May 23, 2019
Next door neighbour who lived in Ohio for about three months claimed her family were 'American royalty' and she was a princess. https://t.co/WHh3YBNKy8
— Emily G (@CuriouslyEmily) May 22, 2019
Someone convinced me as a kid that Pokemon were real and terrorized Japan. I was so scared but also excited https://t.co/TigjOrBAaO
— Kevin Slackie (@KSlackie) May 23, 2019
My daughter told everyone at school that we used to live in the Eiffel Tower but we moved because I don't like heights. She was only 5, though… https://t.co/6TU8M9Z21J
— Jill Cucchi (copy-editor) (@JillCucchi) May 23, 2019
I went to university with a girl who said she was supposed to go to Cambridge but she was in witness protection in Wolverhampton instead
— Helen (@givesyouHel) May 22, 2019
I told my 3 year old son that my car had a special chip in it that made it impossible for me to steer it to McDonalds. He’s 30 now and is still a bit put out by it 🙂
— Ofbirdsongatnight (@Ofbirdsongatni1) May 21, 2019
Emmakin Skywalker admitted her own imaginative childhood bullshit.
I went to school with someone who claimed to have no nationality and therefore from Earth because they were born on a plane over international waters. OK. Yes, it was me that said that. But I was only seven years old at the time.
— Emmakin Skywalker 🇪🇺 (@ecrjones) May 21, 2019
We can see the attraction of that.