Click on any title to read the full article
Definition: A person who tells lies.
* All six elements would be in.
1. Has a purpose and considers it a necessity to be dishonest. (Even if this/these, to others, is/are unreasonable and/or indefensible.)
2. Tells lies deliberately. That is, knows the truth. (But won't admit this, under any circumstance, while telling lies.) In other words, talks through clenched teeth, if required!
3. Expects a benefit or gain from a wrong. (Whether this so-called 'profit', is, in his/her estimation, long-lasting or temporary, insignificant or 'gargantuan'!)
See perfect TRICK QUESTION.
4. Will vehemently deny that he or she is being untruthful; inveterate, accomplished. (And will swiftly swear, if necessary.) (To emphasize.)
5. Believed. That is, person is smooth-tongued and talk is convincing: pathological (?) (Will repeat same 'tale', as many times as necessary, if required.)
6. Never found out in the end. Therefore, will suffer no loss as a result of wrong. (And whether benefit is obtained or not in the end - will tell a lie again, even on his or her deathbed!).
Quote: "It is a liar who says his witness is in heaven". - Yoruba proverb.
Quote: "Men wish to be saved from the mischiefs of their vices, but not from their vices". - Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Quote: "The liar's punishment is not in the least that he is not believed, but that he cannot believe anyone else". - George Bernard Shaw.
Quote: "No man has a good enough memory to be a successful liar". - Abraham Lincoln.
Quote: "A liar's candle only blows until sunset". - Fethullah Gullen.
Quote: "Liars ought to have good memories". - Algernon Sidney (1622-1683).
1520 Products was established in 2005 with the purpose of entertaining and teaching us on key and important aspects of life (such as marriage, sex, etc) through the playing of games which will allow us to laugh but at the same time pass a message of what is the right or ideal way.
1520 Sex Game
1520 Marriage Game