This guy sent this picture to a lady friend to show he's home in bed. Seems legit, right?
According to his friend's Snapchat post, it was not legit at all. He was faking it so he could go out with his guy friends.
Both pics were then Tweeted by @JayGreatorex, and they then went viral. We're guessing the guy in the pics didn't mind having photographic evidence that he lies to women.
After seeing the pics, people now know that he cannot be trusted. But he's not the only one to be caught in a lie on the internet.
Maybe he has a job where he gets paid to watch Kate Upton videos. But that's probably not a real job, since a whole lot of guys would do it for free.
Something tells us that nobody left "up for something" in this person's room. But it's possible that someone left a big pile of updog.
If you're going to lie about something, make it about something cool. Don't make it about how you have photos from the '70s.
France and Australia are easy to mix up. That's why you often see koala bears on the streets of Paris, wearing berets and eating baguettes.
What does Rick Ross like to do in his spare time? Apparently, he spends it perfecting his skills at Photoshop.
Okay, so she didn't really get this cup. Instead, she got one that reads, "For the worst, most narcissistic liar I'll see today." It's easy to mix those two up.
How exactly did this coversation go down? "Hey, FYI, I'm a stranger, but I took a picture of you in your sleep. And it wasn't creepy."
"Cool, can I get a copy?"
Seems like Aaron should be grateful about being grounded. Because he could definitely use some recovery time.
Even if this really did happen, what's the big deal? Some people just happen to like eggplant — no need to get weird about it.