What's the worst lie you've been told?

@Ambur25 (1007)
United States
May 18, 2007 2:22pm CST
How did you find out it was a lie? Or did you know automatically? Did it make you angry or did you just laugh it off? Some people can sense a lie. I know I can. I've always been good at reading people when they speak, body language and such. Not that I "know" it's a lie, but it gives me more of a reason to second guess what they're telling me. What about you? Can you sense lies?
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@laridbz (1287)
• China
18 May 07
I had a friend at school who would lie all the time, to everyone. And she could be pretty realistic at times, telling all the details of the stories she would create. At first me and my other friends would laugh at her, 'cause she told us once she was dating an English guy who was the 5th richest man in Europe. But then it got annoying, and it seemed to be something near a psychological problem.
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@Ambur25 (1007)
• United States
18 May 07
I definitely think there are people out there who are habitual liars. It's hard to believe that these people go to such lengths to create these stories. I had a family member that no one could trust. It's really sad, but it's true. From outrageous stories to flat out lying to get someone it trouble, lies are horrible!
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@laridbz (1287)
• China
18 May 07
yeah, sometimes it's funny, sometimes sad. It all depends on the case. :)
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• Canada
19 May 07
Mine would have to be when my ex moved out and my best friend helped her and a few weeks later they were dating and moving in together they both told me that there was nothing going on between them and that he had no clue there might of been a problem between us until I left town for a weekend trip with my sons for a sporting event and she stayed behind and they went out for dinner and stuff. I can usually tell when being lied to by the way they talk the body language adn they will nto make eye contact with me.
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