A compliment is just a lie, all dressed up in a suit and tie.

The most dangerous beguiles lie in our smiles.

Liars first fool themselves.

A pinch of mendacity, a dash of veracity, fool even those with the greatest sagacity.

Lies are the lipstick of social discourse.

Private lies hide within the wardrobes of public ceremonies.

The deceptions of leaders who lie in wait, do nothing for them when they lie in state.

To habitually lie, easy; to habitually tell the truth — impossible.

A high, a lie; a lie, a high.

Our lies over-estimate ourselves; they under-estimate others.

An exposed lie has all the grace and elegance of a DUI.

When we smile at our enemies, we harm ourselves.

Lies arrest what the truth bails out.

The most dangerous liars are those who are convinced they are telling the truth.

Disaffection’s indirection is the harmed soul’s predilection.

A lie is for the moment; a truth is for a lifetime.

To cure a liar takes a fire.

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