Share Something That You've Lied About For So Long It Has Started To Feel Like The Truth

We've all told a little white lie before.

Rainn Wilson as Dwight Schrute in "The Office" sits at his desk smirking, with Phyllis Smith as Phyllis Vance and Leslie David Baker as Stanley Hudson in the background
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But what happens when it gets out of hand and you start to believe a seemingly innocent lie?

Tiffany Haddish talking on the phone at a coffee shop in "Nobody's Fool"
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If there's a lie you still tell to this *very* day, now's your chance to get it off your chest.

John C. Reilly and Will Ferrell stand against a floral backdrop, both wearing suits and ties. John has arms crossed; both appear serious
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Maybe you never tell anyone your true age to the point people have no idea how old you really are?

Molly Kate Bernard and Sutton Foster speaking to each other while wearing blazers in a scene from "Younger"
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Perhaps you pretend to have a food allergy to something you simply don't like so others would stop asking you to try it?

Lizzo in a glamorous green feathered outfit, applauding while seated in the audience at an MTV event
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Or, maybe you fibbed about your salary for so long that it has become second nature to you?

A scattered pile of various US dollar bills, including $100, $20, $10, and $5 notes
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Share a lie you will never stop telling in the comments or submit anonymously using this Google form. Your response might be featured in an upcoming BuzzFeed Community post!