These 15 kids definitely need some work when it comes to crafting believable lies. They’re going to have very boring teen years, otherwise.
#15. Sounds legit.
one kid told me that he didn't know how to read, but the CIA had a thingie in his ear and told him what the words meant, and also gave him missions and stuff
— Poon Donkus (@poondonkus) October 9, 2018
#14. Just living the dream.
I used to tell kids that I was born in an airplane over England and that I had a tunnel under my house that went straight to McDonald's.
— Grant Brisbee (@GrantBrisbee) October 9, 2018
#13. Like men do.
my friend said his dad had eggs and beer for breakfast then peed for three hours straight
— Jim Lohmar (@jimlohmar) October 9, 2018
#12. A true ninja.
one kid convinced me that MY dad worked for nintendo
— CHANDLER (@1STROS) October 9, 2018
#11. Never give it up.
This kid told me scientists had resurrected dinosaurs. He showed me a picture of one. They had found a mosquito preserved in amber and extracted the DNA. Then I saw Jurassic Park. Confronted the kid, he told me that the scientists got the idea from the movie.
— Exotic Latina Girl (@michaelarato) October 9, 2018
#10. If only.
what’s the most outrageous lie another kid ever told you when you were a kid? mine was this kid who claimed that the military made a suit that made you invincible in combat and his mom was enlisting him in the army to wear one at age 8
— Jon Bois (@jon_bois) October 9, 2018
My friend told me he got NSYNC’s autograph and when he showed it to me it was just the word NSYNC written on a post-it note
— Dom Kane (@DomKaneNFL) October 9, 2018
#8. What a psycho. LOL.
A kid told me that loads of people had been murdered in his house when he was nine and wrote up a load of fake police reports in courier to prove it. Every one listed the cause of death as KILLED TO DEATH.
— All Watched Over By Machines of Drum and Bass (@bartlebooth45) October 9, 2018
#7. A true Robin Hood.
A kid told me that he was running through the woods and saw a snake in front of him, to his left, and to his right. They came at him, so he jumped and grabbed a branch and made them bonk heads. He then escaped.
— Luke Wood (@LukeAWood) October 9, 2018
#6. Teachers were dying from holding in laughter.
This kid Logan in elementary school told me his dad was Metallica. Not a member of Metallica. His dad was the band.
— Jake Meier (@JimmerMeier) October 9, 2018
#5. He’s going to be a politician.
A kid told me he had a real pikachu then yelled at me when I had too many questions.
— Glenn (@plus_sign) October 9, 2018
#4. Because, obviously!
this kid named douglas chan told everyone in first grade that his uncle was jackie chan and we all immediately believed him without question
— will (@twothickscoops) October 9, 2018
#3. That kid is a mastermind.
This kid in 3rd grade told me that giving someone the finger was a Hawaiian greeting, so I went around the school the rest of the day flipping people off and saying "Aloha" until a teacher stopped me.
— Mike Blissett (@purplecarnival) October 9, 2018
#2. And you can’t tell your parents because he might come after you!
A friend told me he'd killed a grown man with a Swiss Army Knife and I was so horrified that I couldn't eat for two days
— Carta Monir (@CartaMonir) October 9, 2018
#1. Whose line is it anyway?
Me and another kid had an entire conversation that was entirely about people who had accidentally been killed by the animatronics at Rainforest Cafe. We were both trading off made up scenarios of these people dying and neither of us would admit we were lying to each other
— 🌌J U S T I N🌌 (@drifter1717) October 9, 2018
They’ll get there. Internet shaming is a good way to learn, right?