17 Struggles Only People Who Are Terrible Liars Understand
The Surprise Sues of the world, unite!
Trying to tell a lie means contorting your face into creepy smiles.
Or worse -- nervous laughter that makes everyone uncomfortable.
Your voice betrays you by going about ten octaves higher.
And maintaining eye contact immediately becomes a grand, unreachable feat.
You got in a lot more trouble as a kid because you couldn't successfully deceive your parents.
And it was hard to be cool in high school when you always blurted out how you really felt.
Naturally, you're not the best at keeping secrets, even little ones.
Being sneaky is impossible because your intentions are always awkwardly obvious.
And you’re always worried you’ll give up a great surprise.
Even a small fib requires a mini-rehearsal.
IF you do manage to get away with a white lie, you feel just like Meryl Streep.
...until you accidentally tell the truth (probably minutes later.)
If you get drunk, you end up redefining the term “truth bomb."
And probably even over-share.
You lament over the fact that you’ll never be ~mysterious~.
As well as the fact that there is literally nothing your friends don’t know about you.
But that's okay, because it just means your friends trust you more than anyone else.
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