A/N: Okay! So this is real quick and it's not even a real story. I was in Algebra II pretending to do my homework when really I was studying for the beastly Chemistry exam I had two hours later. Then I got Liar Liar (Burn In Hell) by The Used stuck in my head and then I thought of Chuck Palahniuk's Invisible Monsters (Amazing book and amazing author, by the way) and I was like 'Hey! Let's write something stupid.' So here it is. (WARNING: Ultimately cheesy, stupid, corny, slightly confusing what with the conversation switching back and forth, and dumb. So you've been warned. And if you've read Invisible Monsters, you'll understand where I got the ending. Hehe.)


"I love you."

"Don't lie to me."

"What makes you think I'm lying?!"

"...Because all you've ever done is lie to me."

"That's not true."

"See? There you go again."

"I'm not lying to you! Why don't you believe that?!"

"Because...I don't...I don't know. Because you've lied to everyone else around you. What's so special about me that you wouldn't want to lie to me?"

"You're beautiful."


"You're extremely intelligent."


"You're the most forgiving person I know."


"You always know how to cheer me up."


"Would you stop calling me that?! I'm not lying!"


"I think you're in denial."


"Shut up. I think you don't want me to love you. I think you're afraid. I know you're afraid."

"No, I'm not."

"Yes you are."

"No. I'm not. And you're not lying to me. I'm lying to you."


"I said that I've been lying to you all this time."

"How so?"

"I'M A MAN."