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Poll: Have you ever told a really big lie that you've later regretted?

Go on, be honest (for a change).

A US COMEDIAN is all over the news after admitting to completely making up that he escaped from the World Trade Center on 9/11.

Steve Rannazzisi told the story for years but has now admitted that it was a big lie. Apologising profusely.

Now we all tell little lies every now and then, but have you ever told a big whopper one?

Did you later admit it or is it still burning you inside? Feel free to share (if you dare).

Today’s poll, Have you ever told a really big lie that you’ve later regretted?

Poll Results:

Yes, I still feel terrible (2573)
No, I'm mostly an honest person (1360)
No, I prefer lots of little lies (1201)
Yes, I've told a whopper. No regrets though (861)

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