Pants on Fire

24 Nov

Is lying a learned behavior/trait or are people born knowing how to fib? At four years old, it seems Nate is doing his best to improve his tall tale skills.

The most recent lie attempt involves a big “N” scrawled on bed sheets. We noticed it after we were addressing the broken fan light that Nate had caused by throwing a marker in the air (I’m envisioning, like a wild man).

When confronted about the graffiti-ed sheets, he started to stumble over his words and eventually told us:

“I didn’t do it. I threw the marker and it hit the light and then it came down and made that mark on the bed!”

Andrew responds, “Son, are you trying to tell me that the marker made an “N” all by itself?”

My mom and I: muffled, then explosive laughter.

Nate, rethinking his story: “No. That’s not what I said …(undig, undig, undig).”

Here is the mark the marker made by itself, according to Nate:

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Here is the damage done to the lamp, caused by Nate:

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That is one amazing and disastrous marker.

 

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2 Responses to “Pants on Fire”

  1. Ginger November 24, 2010 at 9:17 pm #

    Dude, you could totally sell that marker and sheet on ebay for like, millions!

    • nikkival November 24, 2010 at 10:39 pm #

      Hilarious!

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