Why is it that if a person lies frequently enough, they seem to believe that the common sense, intellect, and critical thinking skills of those to whom they spoon-feed their endless buffet of lies are permanently depleted?
Nearly a year ago, Gary was told rather plainly that the kids no longer participate in the choir at their church. Simple enough to understand, eh?
About two months ago, however, Gary received a request to interrupt his weekend with the kids to drive them back to Hickville (over an hour away) so the kids could be in a musical they’ve been practicing for…with the choir at their church!
Well now…how are the kids possibly singing in a musical with a choir they are not part of?
It gets better. Once this individual was reminded of how the kids supposedly are not in choir, the story changed yet again.
“Wait a minute! I got caught signing the kids up (again) for events during their time with you without your consent or without you even knowing a thing about it because the kids were told to lie to you? Heh heh, oh, what a mix-up. Did I say choir? Whatever was flitting through my lil ‘ol head? ‘Cuz the kids are NOT in choir! Yep, that’s what I said. Ignore the multiple emails where I said the kids are in choir and practicing for a musical and that you have to drive ’em back to this hellhole of a town for the musical…what I meant was they are not in choir at all! And there is no musical! Of course! That makes perfect sense now, doesn’t it? Choir? What choir?”
Or something like that. I don’t pretend to really know what actually drifts like wayward smoke through a chronic liar’s vacuous, spider-webby trashcan of a mind when caught in a lie…again. And again.
It is almost comical how a perpetual liar falsely assumes everyone else is as witless as they are.
Almost. If it wasn’t so damn ridiculously pathetic…and if the kids weren’t dragged into the lying game and expected to play along.