On the first day of middle school, I told my teacher that homework gives me seizures...I faked a seizure when she passed out our assignments (flopped around the floor like a fish), it was quite convincing actually...I was suspended for a whole month.
Hmm, must be the time i was playing with the fireplace (i was home alone and i was maybe 10, i was alone for about an hour) The oven door was open and i was just throwing in wood and stirring to see the embers vanish up the chimney but something in the oven popped and i got freaked a bit and in doing so by reflex i pulled my hand with the stick in it out to fast so sparks flew out over the floor. I got the most of the sparks before they could do anything but a few marks here and there still made some pretty bad burns on the floor.
To this day those marks are still there, they are just hidden under some new hardwood floors. needless to say, i haven't played with fire since that day.
I can add that due to the distance those sparks flew my parents where at first reluctant to believe me (sparks like 2meters away from the oven) but oddly enough, a few months later, the sparks actually came out of the oven on their own and flew the same distance and to the same area (lucky us the flooring hadn't been replaced yet at the time) so i got my alibi.
To this day they don't know what really happened. While i am sure that it wouldn't be the worst thing if i told them now, i see no reason to. If its in the past its history and i see no reason to stir at it
I did a fire stunt at school and miscalculated the amount of accelerator and burnt my leg quite badly. So I told a huge load of bollocks so I wouldn't get caught. But I did,and spent three months in therapy cause they thought I was suicidal. But I was only showing off. Silly me.
I don't really lie. I cant think of any major lie I've told outside of saying "nothing" when someone asks what's wrong.
Maybe... ooo! I found one! When I was in high school I found a dollar bill behind the fridge. It just a dollar so I decided to keep it- I mean, after all, it was behind the fridge. But then Mom started asking for her dollar bill that she left on top of the fridge. So I helped her look for a while then went to my room and took up the dollar bill and brought it to her, and told her I found it. That's hardly a lie though, because hey... I DID find it... but just not at the time she would think I did. LOL