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What is the BIGGEST lie you have been told?
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Posted on Fri, Jan 22, 2010 05:31

Marrieds... countless.

Size 22+ posing as size 2's countless.

Lied about their age... countless.

Religious posing as Non-religious... countless. (You see them on one site clearly marked as Jewish/Muslim/Hindu etc. and another (i.e. this one) marked as non-religious).

Those are the ordinary, day-to-day lies that we all encounter. What are some of the extreme lies?

i.e. bartender who says they're a federal judge, school teacher posing as famous actress.

For instance, I met one lady for coffee who said she was a flight attendant... nice looking, friendly and seemed "normal" enough. I asked her what airline she worked for and she said "Huh?" So I repeated my question as: "Your profile. You said you were a flight attendant... which airline do you work for?" She said "Oh that! That's just what men like to hear!" Her real occupation had NOTHING to do with the airline industry or even travel for that matter.



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Posted on Thu, Feb 06, 2014 23:58

If you meet creeps who lied about everything, what gives you the guts to continue trying to meet someone online? I'm just curious. 

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Posted on Tue, Jan 21, 2014 12:23

Quoting Tammila:

We all want to be desired and excepted, the women on this site are just as sneaky and misleading as the men. In addition not everyone has a masters degree and makes 500,000 a year. Get over it! Men are people and they think differently than we do. Are there some real creeps out there , most definetly. I think sometimes men lie out of insesurity because womens expecations are off the charts.

@Tammila,, the last line is correct, womens expectations are off the charts. I can't speak for the first part about lieing, but the last part is fact !!



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Posted on Mon, Jan 13, 2014 23:04

Went out on  few dates with a guy, who as far as could see and he'd told m, was a 'successful businessman'. It all changed when he suddenly got a phone call saying he'd lost all his money and businesses, in the middle of our date, none of which he could explain, but wanted me to marry him. Needless to say it was all an act.



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Posted on Mon, Jan 13, 2014 21:23

Somebody's pulling ripcords on panties!!??? I gotta get me some of those!!  LOL!!



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Posted on Mon, Jan 13, 2014 17:39

"I'm not married"



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Posted on Sun, Dec 01, 2013 16:42

I was married to a man for 20 years who lied about his marrital status. Go figure.



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Posted on Wed, Oct 23, 2013 22:17

When I met my ex boyfriend, he said he had a Masters. Only after a year did he tell me that he didn't finish his undergraduate degree. No we didn't break up because of this reason. However, as one that has four Masters and a PHD -- all I can say is that I worked really hard to achieve my goals. Often, sleepless nights. I takes a lot of effort to earn those degrees.



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Posted on Sat, Aug 31, 2013 18:47

Priceless!! Actually laughed out loud at the ripcord one.thank you



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Posted on Fri, Aug 09, 2013 13:26

Quoting lostinthe70s:

I fell in love with the profile photo, we emailed and phoned for about 6 weeks. He flew to see me.
When I picked him up at the airport, he was 20 years older and looked nothing like his photo.
I spun around the airport and dropped him back off.

Why didn't you just ask him id after few chats?



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Posted on Fri, Aug 09, 2013 12:47

In reply to "she said she loved ironing" I giggle because when I say it, it means I love LIFTING iron....LOL



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Posted on Fri, Jun 28, 2013 01:36

I fell in love with the profile photo, we emailed and phoned for about 6 weeks. He flew to see me.
When I picked him up at the airport, he was 20 years older and looked nothing like his photo.
I spun around the airport and dropped him back off.



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Posted on Wed, Jun 26, 2013 04:35

LMAO at "as she pulls the ripcords on her panties......"



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Posted on Sat, Sep 01, 2012 07:53

This might be hillirious or stupid to some but i can asure you it's definately hurting.
Being told i love you. Met and dated for six months then proposed. Felt for it as he acted gentlaman and agreed to marry him. After 2months of no contact he e-mails three recent photo of his marriage with a headline ; ''I found the love of my life,,



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Posted on Tue, Aug 21, 2012 23:44

Lied about martial status
Lied about pictures
Lied about occupation
Lied about age
Lied about height



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Posted on Thu, Jul 26, 2012 14:39

What is romantic about that?



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Posted on Mon, May 21, 2012 14:55

We're separated, but she still has a couple things at my place.......as he turns into a hotel parking lot.



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Posted on Fri, May 11, 2012 13:50

I don't know whether to laugh @ these or cryyy.....
Some are absolutely off the scale here! If a man came from another state, much less COUNTRY to see me.. the ONLY reason I would leave him alone were if he has misled me on how he looked, (I would webcam first) what he was after (just sex) or if he treated me disrespectful! So BLAZING.. if you did none of those things.. YOU DODGED A REAL BULLET THERE! 
LOL @ the "over the ex" comment! 
SAIL.. It seems any man under 5'10" LIES ABOUT HIS HEIGHT! I am sooo sick of it!
And "average" weight? Well I guess since 67% of Americans are considered over weight.. when they put average, that must be what they mean! On guy I met text me when he was drinking.. Asked me if I was pleased or displeased with meeting him? I text him back and told him not to put me on the spot! Needless to say.. The guy was HUGE! Only had face shot on profile! How does one respond to that? 
ANY lie is a lie and WRONG and a HUGE red flag in my book! That's why I took the time and trouble to be verified and state that I come with a WARNING LABEL... I AM a handful and I know it... That way, when a man I see shakes his head at me.. I can say.. "Told ya so!" LOL



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Posted on Tue, Apr 17, 2012 15:27

We all want to fit in...to belong....However society says we have to be tall and skinny to belong ...I am not either of those... nor are many people ...so in societies opinion we are not welcome...that is a sad thing to know and feel.
I have not lied about weight or height but if I can I will choose not disclose it totally too because I too want to belong.



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Posted on Mon, Mar 26, 2012 12:50

I seem to come across many who want to lie about their height...it's really weird. Did they think I would not notice the minute they stood up.
Now don't get me wrong...I have no problem whether they are shorter or taller....it's the lie thats so bothersome. If they feel they have to be deceptive on such a minor detail....I'm quite sure I know how they will respond on those that really matter.
Oh yeah...I love those who repeat over and over how they are not possessive...will allow you room to breathe, have space when you need it........and before the weeks out have sent a gazillion text wondering what your doing...where you are...how come you haven't texted? Text..text..text!
I'm starting to think that being single is not so bad afterall. LOL



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