It's Wednesday and that means it is time for #Secrets.  Today we are asking you to think back and come up with the biggest lie you've ever told...  You big liar, you.

What is the Biggest LIE you’ve ever told in your life and why?

  • #Secrets The biggest lie I ever told was to a cop. I was 16 and my friend got herself into some crap. Nothing major, but still serious. Instead of being smart and covering my own butt, I lied to protect her. Thank God the cops never found out to my knowledge otherwise I could have made things horrible for myself.
  • I'll get gas on my way to work in the morning 😂
  • That I was ok after my mom passed away! I was far from ok!
  • I will start a workout scheduled tomorrow 😂
  • One that came back to bite me told my daughter our dog was going to a new family with a lot of lands for him to run when really the county made us put him down...she heard me years later talking about it.
  • “I’m fine”
  • Only one pour of mead today.
  • ONE MORE BEER!!!!! Biggest lie ever!!!
  • That everything will be ok.HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
  • Secrets: Biggest lie!! That I don't lie 😂😂 #noneyabuisness #itsalieforareason #maybeimlyingaboutlying
  • #secrets I told my ex-husband that I would help him through his alcoholism. But after 7 years I couldn't do it anymore
  • SECRETS. The biggest lie I told was telling my ex that I loved him. He was abusive and I was afraid of him. In those situations, you do and say just about anything purely out of survival mode.
  • Biggest lie I ever told was... in high school I scored a 34 on my ACT. Never studied. I just walked in and took it. My sister crammed and studied for MONTHS. Her goal for her college choice was 30. Each practice test she kept getting 27-29. I and my sister look super alike. And there was a test coming up at a different school that you could pay and take it. I took my sister's birth certificate and made a fake school ID and took her ACT for her. She scored a 34 and got a scholarship for college because of it. I still give her crap about it. But it did save her and my mom money in the long run.
  • That I was happily married. Because divorce was something that risked me being practically disowned by my family.
  • Secrets... I lie about my name at coffee shops... Juan is my name
  • I feigned injury while in the middle of a cross country meet during my Junior year of high school because I was overrunning a cross country (ran it for 3 years prior to that) but my parents wouldn't let me quit. I acted injured for 2 weeks afterward just to make it believable.
  • The biggest lie I ever told was to my dad that I don't partake in the devil's lettuce. It's non a gateway drug! It helps me sleep... and I'm grown now. - fiery pants
  • Long story short, I told my sons gf that I threw her mom's ashes in her dad's yard but I actually burned them along with the pendant that her mom's ashes were in.
  • Mom, I'm definitely straight
  • “There was a dog there, and I swerved to miss it,” while explaining why I drove into somebody’s house.
  • That I had a Canadian girlfriend. Because I wanted to not feel like a loser.​
  • I committed insurance fraud in an attempt to not have to lay off 150 people.
  • Told a story about a hookup but changed it from a guy to a girl bc my friends don’t know I’m bisexual
  • My parents still do not know that I have traveled to Canada to see a guy.
  • The biggest lie I ever told was when I told my mom it was my husband that was having an affair when it was really me who did.
  • The biggest lie I told was to an ax that I was out of town for work in the boys and I went to Canada It's good to see some Canadian strippers lol
  • I lied to a cop told him I was 18 I was only 16. 35 years later we are still making balloon animals #lovesmaninuniform #copsarehot love u guys
  • My fiancé asked how many guys I’ve slept with, I said 4 when really it’s more than 10. But I’m std free! Always been careful but kinda slept around in my younger days
  • The biggest running lie I have is that I’m from England! I moved a few months ago so no one knew me and I spontaneously decided to put on an accent first day of school. In reality, I’m just very southern.