What's the biggest fib you ever told your parents?

They were pretty strict when I was growing up- once, I was invited to a party given by a classmate when I was about 15, the usual interview-
"Will the parents be there?"
"Yes" fib no. 1
"Will there be boys?"
"No" fib no. 2

So my Dad picks me up from the party, later in the evening. No parents, and I reeked of cigarette smoke. Needless to say, I was grounded for quite a bit.


  • ahem

    I told my parents that it was one of my friends who threw up on the bedroom carpet whilst they were on holiday and no, I had no idea why the bedroom now smelt of Southern Comfort either.
  • I wanted to be a rebel but they wouldn't let me. So I used to chuck my bondage trousers and punk t-shirts out of my bedroom window, go out dressed acceptably, and then get changed after collecting said clothes.
  • Oh gosh..far too many! When i was 14 i was seeing an older guy (17) but m & d didn't know, so all those weekends spent at my friends houses were lies. M & D met him when i was 16 and we had to pretend we had only just got together...LOL
  • I am really the foundling son of an English Milord (curse that Gypsy wench!).
  • That makes no sense whatsoever....
  • Try again, JB!
  • M..o.useM..o.use ✭✭✭
    I told them it wasn't me that wrote 'Fcuk off' on our gatepost in chalk. And that's how I spelt it too - that isn't edited for RW delicate eyes.


    Countless boy lies.

    I told them I wasn't drunk when I came in once. The following day my Nan told me just how b*lloxed I was, she almost managed to keep a straight face too.
  • I told my dad that my sister had smashed a window on his greenhouse, i lied, i did it but she was grounded for a week.
  • I was about 9, my sister tripped and fell over my slippers which I had left in the middle of the bathroom floor, and she chipped a front tooth. I fibbed and told my Mum that our little brother (who was about 5) had put them there...
  • Ooh you naughty lot - smacked legs!
  • I think it could be worse...
  • I have a feeling I might just be able to come up with a few worse ones, Kathy!:D
  • me too Moo...but not to be shared on here ;-)
  • Don't think I ever fibbed but I did get one over on my mum once.

    I'd done something fairly minor (I was often punished more than I deserved to be) and she said I couldn't have any tea and had to stay in the living room.

    I rummaged through one of the drawers in the sideboard and found some toffees.

    Boy was I smug :-)
  • s'alright, Kathy, I'll take your word for it!:)

    lol Screamy!!
  • Kathy - Yours isn't that tame.

    These days, said 17 year old would have ended up on the sex offenders register -snogging would be enough !
  • No No No don't get me wrong i wasn't doing anything too norty honestly!
    I didn't do the actual 'deed' until i was legal! I did stay with him till i was 23 too.
    But my M & D would have gone mad if i had a boyfriend at that age.
  • My parents still don't know that I ran a motorbike for years after I left home... When I came home for the weekend I used to leave it at a mates, and catch the bus to my folks, and tell them I caught the train / bus to get home. dad ran me to the station a couple of times, and I used to have to get the bus all the way back to my mates to collect the bike !!
  • I didn't dare do any of that stuff while I was still in school, too scared of my parents!:)
  • She took sausages up the bum until she was 16.

  • LOL Dave - after you left home?
  • Tsk!
  • LOL to sausages.
    Does snogging really warrant a criminal conviction at that age?

    I was very scared of my dad....he used to beat the hell out of us for no reason at all. But i didn't do anything im ashamed of, i was never in trouble with the police (that was later in life :-)), didn't do drugs etc i was just being a teenager and i fell in love very early on.
  • Yes Kathy after I left home .....

    They still don't know, and I'm 50 this year !!!
  • Im re-doing my CBT...starting this week Dave. Am quite nervous really.
    They know really don't they?
  • Nope !!!

    They haven't a clue

    My Mum always ranted on about motorbikes, tattoo's and earings.

    She even brought it up at a family do last year, Suzie and my daughter Sam nearly choked cos Mum went on and on about I'd never have a motorbike, and I certainly wouldn't have any tattoo's. Sue knows about the bikes, and both knew about my tatts
  • What a good son you are, i think thats sweet!
  • Nice, DTS!
    I have toyed with the idea of putting a temporary tattoo type thing just to see my Mum's reaction (she's one of those people who thinks that only jailbirds have them!).
  • Put the string of sausages down, step away from the schoolgirl and come out with your hands up!
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