It’s official. The universe is full of liars!
On Sunday, BBC presenter Dan Walker asked relatives on Twitter about a “white lies” they’ve told their children. According to an unnamed study, 9 out of 10 relatives contend fibs are essential to vital a happier life.
The publisher wrote:
Almost immediately, amicable media users began spilling their secrets, and it’s as intolerable as it is funny!
My son and we spent 10 mins looking for his chocolate coins when we knew all along I’d eaten them a day before 😳
— Mandy Green (@MandyGreens) September 25, 2017
Told my daughter that Santa can see if she’s disobedient bc dolls that have eyes watch her and news behind to Santa-She has a fear of dolls now!
— Christy Batz (@christina_batz) September 25, 2017
When a ice cream outpost plays strain it’s to let everybody know they’ve run out
— Simon Rusbridge (@SimonRusbridge) September 25, 2017
Daddy can't hear when it is dark. Call ma if we arise adult during night.
Actually worked compartment my mother found out.
— Lee Cooper (@Leecooper74) September 25, 2017
Trying to remonstrate my daughter that a babyshambles strain is called steep for Trevor rather than f’ck forever
— VinnyJ (@YorkshireFests) September 25, 2017
Broad beans were called He-beans and if we ate them, you’d be like He-man.
— Sand B-P (@BreckPaterson) September 25, 2017
The daddy tortoise was personification tab with a ma tortoise
— JAMES HEWLETT (@hoffsports) September 25, 2017
Smoke alarm is Father Christmas listening device
— Kelly Baptist (@kellybappo) September 25, 2017
Overheard during encampment fair: “Daddy, can we have a balloon?” “No son, they’re not for sale. It’s an art installation.” 🎈
— Anna Neville (@annanev) September 25, 2017
That dog is usually giving a other one a piggy behind float ….
— Edward Grigg (@edgrigg11) September 25, 2017
Your ears spin red when we lie. Now when they lie, they cover their ears. 🤣 It all started as a joke…
— Mel (@Mel50371) September 25, 2017
That Mum sends income to Santa to buy their presents – he can’t take all of a credit!!
— Lamby (@RayL11455) September 25, 2017
Any income they find we ask if it has a design of a Queens conduct on it – contingency be cave if it has!
— Mandy Durham (@MandyLifeboats5) September 25, 2017
Doritos are for adults only. we was 12 when we found out a truth
— Stephen O’Reilly (@stephenoreilly_) September 25, 2017