> >I have only known one other person that lies as much as you do. That
> >person happened to be a female friend that among other things convinced
> >me that her ex boyfriend had***d her. I could not let that sit and
> >followed up on it only to find that it was not true. Basically she could
> >not handle the fact that she got pregnant and had an ***. It was
> >too much guilt for her to handle so she had to find someone else to
> >blame. After that I did not trust anything she said just on her word and
> >found she lied about many things. Generally I found that she would lie
> >about anything that happened around her that did not fit her worldview.
> >She would just say what she wanted regardless of the reality around her.
> >If she could convince the people around her of the 3special version2 of
> >what happened when they were not present then the 3special version2
> >would become the new reality.
> What "proof" convinced you that you "friend" was wrong? I don't see you
> mentioning anything other than your own conclusionary assessments. If that's
> the case, you treat your friends even worse than you choose to treat your
> enemies, which I am proud to be. You really are showing everyone what a sick
> and twisted person you are. Please keep including these little personal
> anecdotes, they really are a window into your sad soul.
behavior. Finding out what really happened entailed speaking to everyone
involved in that sad situation, this resulted in an admission that she
lied to me about it. There the resemblance ends apparently.