M is for Mostly Lies…

“I never got your message.”
“I do love you.”
“Only a fool would believe that.”
“By signing, I agree to all the terms and conditions.”
“I promise I’ll stop drinking.”
“I’ll call you.”
“America is the greatest country in the world.”
“You won’t get pregnant.”
“I was self-employed during that year.”
“But that’s just the way things are.”
“There’s no way you can’t get your money back.”
“No one will ever know.”
“Of course he can–he’s a boy!”
“You can always go back to college.”
“I’m going to leave my wife.”
“It’ll be our secret.”
“This medicine will help you.”
“Jesus doesn’t love you anymore.”
“This won’t hurt a bit.”
“You must’ve done something wrong.”
“You can always trust a policeman.”
“You won’t be sorry.”
“Blue chip stocks are like cash in the bank.”
“Now you can lose as much weight as you want–without dieting.”
“We won’t go any farther than you want.”
“Good, honest work will always get you a promotion.”
“Oh, I’m not going to die.”
“Boys don’t wear pink.”
“Your singing voice just won’t ever be good.”
“I promise I’ll pay you back.”
“Some day you’ll look back at this and laugh.”
“You made the right decision.”
“Men don’t like smart girls.”
“These items will surely increase in value.”


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5 thoughts on “M is for Mostly Lies…

  1. We are surrounded by lies. I hope the Truth surrounds us as well. Exodus 34:6
    And Jehovah passed by before him, and proclaimed, Jehovah, Jehovah, a God merciful and gracious, slow to anger, and abundant in lovingkindness and truth… God is a God of truth. When we earnestly seek Him we are able to weed out the lies in our lives and others to see what is real. What is good. p.s. I smiled at “boys don’t wear pink” one…my nephew wore the cutest pink shirt at Easter…and a 3 yr old boy that I’m working with for speech therapy (a boy who has survived a brain tumor) loves pink…chose pink paper for our word list activity. His mom rolled her eyes…”he loves pink!” I smiled, “that is okay! My dad loves purple!”

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