I always tell the truth. Even when I lie.
~ Al Pacino as Tony Montana in Scarface.
~ Some people will believe anything.
~ Some people hear what they want to hear and not necessarily what’s really being said.
~ Sometimes when people accuse someone else of something, they are projecting their own flaws.
~ Sometimes people purposely accuse someone of a crime that they themselves have committed in order to get the focus off of them.
~ Some people lie so often they start to believe their own lies.
~ When a lie is told over and over again, many people get brainwashed into believing it’s the truth.
~ Some people believe lies because they’re afraid to face that they’ve been fooled.
~ Sometimes when lies are exposed, more lies are told to cover up those lies, until everyone, including the liar, can’t distinguish between a lie and the truth anymore.
~ Some people continue to believe the liars even when their cover-up lies are completely ridiculous.
~ Some people believe there are no absolute truth’s, due to perception.
~ A cheater has to face themselves one day, no matter how much they try to spin their cheating as “perception.”