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    1. Could it be that everything we see is just a shadow cast by that which we do not see? (Contributed by Don F.)
    2. Is there such a thing as a true lie? (Contributed by Don F.)
    3. Why is it that when you're right no one remembers but when you're wrong no one forgets? (Contributed by Don F.)
    4. If you decided to not tell the truth all the time would you be telling the truth? (Contributed by Don F.)
    5. Why is nothing quite so unexpected as the truth? (Contributed by Don F.)
    6. When someone says they are a pathological liar should you believe them? (Contributed by Don F.)
    7. Why is it that movies based on true stories are always made up? (Contributed by Vanbooven)
    8. Why is a big lie often more plausible than the truth? (Contributed by Neil Enns)
    9. Why is the most popular human pastime denial? (Contributed by C.O. Jones)
    10. Is it true that 'Understanding' is a three edged sword - your side my side and the truth? (Contributed by Erik Freeman)
    11. Why should we be politically correct when we can be right? (Contributed by J.J.)
    12. If you truly want honesty shouldn't you not ask questions that you don't really want the answer to? (Contributed by C.C.)
    13. If you always told the truth would you have to remember anything? (Contributed by Mark T.)
    14. Why do some people believe anything if it's whispered to them? (Contributed by Jason Q)
    15. Should we admit our errors before someone else exaggerates them? (Contributed by Andrew Mason M.D.)
    16. Does it matter that everybody lies since nobody listens anyway? (Contributed by Dee)
    17. Usually the opposite of a correct statement is a false statement but how come the opposite of a profound truth may well be another profound truth? (Contributed by Niels Bohl)
    18. Why is it that the facts although interesting are usually irrelevent? (Contributed by Washington)
    19. Are you telling the truth if you lie in bed? (Contributed by Mike Dahl)
    20. Why is it that everybody we know who is right always agrees with us? (Contributed by The Procrastinator's Aid)
    21. Why is it easier to say what we believe than to be what we believe? (Contributed by Tom Wall)
    22. If the truth is out there does anyone know the URL? (Contributed by Alex Petty)
    23. If someone is telling the truth and no one believes them is it really the truth? (Contributed by Steven P. Mathis)
    24. Isn't a compliment sometimes better than the truth? (Contributed by Sr.Net)
    25. If honesty is so great why can't we just walk up to someone at a party and say 'Hi I can't remember your name either'? (Contributed by Bill Becwar)
    26. If honesty is the best policy, then why does the truth hurt? (Contributed by Ashley Gallant)
    27. How come letting the cat out of the bag is a whole lot easier than putting it back in? (Contributed by JoLene)
    28. If some random person that you don't know asked you, as is the polite custom in our culture, 'how are you doing today?' What would happen if you told them how you really felt? (Contributed by Jess)
    29. If truth is beauty, and beauty is truth, why do women wear make-up? (Contributed by Eric Crandall)
    30. What IS the point? (Contributed by Smileyface)
    31. Is the truth really out there? (Contributed by L.M.)
    32. How come what is right is often forgotten by what is convenient? (Contributed by Herman)
    33. Is a myth just a religion in which no one any longer believes? (Contributed by The Duke of Endor)
    34. If someone told you that you were gullible, would you believe them? (Contributed by Sierra C.)
    35. Is it possible that some of these questions being asked are so ridiculous, you can't even consider them a question? So they're more like a false statement, aren't they? (Contributed by Big Slim Dogg)
    36. If you read this notice would you notice that this notice is not worth noticing? (Contributed by Leslie Hickens)
    37. In order for children to be taught to speak the truth, isn't it necessary that they should learn to hear it? (Contributed by Samuel Johnson)
    38. What is really real? (Contributed by Beckie)
    39. How come the only joy some people get out of the truth is stretching it? (Contributed by Bradley)
    40. Isn't all truth, in the long run, only common sense clarified? (Contributed by T.H. Huxley)
    41. To have hope, one must first be a believer, right? And to be a believer, you must first have doubt, right? So isn't it true that to have no doubt of the truth, one has no need of hope or belief? (Contributed by Michael Levy)
    42. They say truth hurts, right? But what hurts more? The searching after or the running from? (Contributed by John Eyberg)
    43. If your pants catch on fire, does that mean you are lying? (Contributed by Valerie)
    44. Why isn't lying a sin? After all it gets us in as much trouble as the other sins, doesn't it? (Contributed by Valerie)
    45. How come people believe lies but not the truth? (Contributed by Marlis)
    46. If the truth is out there, how come no one ever looks for it? (Contributed by the Alley Cat)
    47. What do you say when someone says you're in denial, but you're not? (Contributed by T.M.)
    48. Isn't it discouraging to think how many people are shocked by honesty and how few by deceit? (Contributed by Noel Coward)
    49. How do you expect the unexpected since it's unexpected? (Contributed by EM)
    50. They say that honesty pays, right? So how come it doesn't seem to pay enough to suit some people? (Contributed by Kin Hubbard)
    51. Isn't it true that the longer the excuse, the less likely it's the truth? (Contributed by Robert Half)
    52. The truth will set you free, right? But before it does, won’t it make you angry? (Contributed by Jerry Joiner)
    53. Shouldn’t we all hope there is a next life? Won’t we need another life just to understand this one? (Contributed by W.W.)
    54. Nothing is real to you until you experience it, right? Otherwise, wouldn’t it just be hearsay? (Contributed by W.J.)
    55. If the Truth is Out There, what are we doing Here? (Contributed by Thom)
    56. If you separate truth from goodness, is it still true? (Contributed by Glenn "Mac" Frazier)
    57. Isn’t exaggeration a billion times worse than understatement? (Contributed by Steve)
    58. What's the point in asking someone if they lie? (Contributed by J.S.)
    59. Aren’t there are only two ways of telling the complete truth, anonymously and posthumously? (Contributed by Thomas)
    60. Why is the truth so hard to believe? (Contributed by Lamarus D.)
    61. Why is it called stretching the truth when you're lying? (Contributed by Lamarus D.)
    62. A question by any other name would be mislabelled, wouldn’t it? (Contributed by D.G.)
    63. How come what’s right is what’s left after everything else you’ve done is wrong? (Contributed by Robin Williams)
    64. Why do we feel embarassed by the truth but not the lie? (Contributed by Zagros)
    65. Why is there no greater lie than a truth misunderstood? (Contributed by Don F.)
    66. Is there anything that ruins the truth like stretching it? (Contributed by Uhummershill)
    67. Doesn’t a little inaccuracy save tons of explanation? (Contributed by Ralphie)
    68. Just what is a "certifiable fact"? Who is in charge of certifying facts? And are they certified to certify facts? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    69. Why is it we call people liars, but we never call anyone truthers? (Contributed by John)
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