Comebacks and roasts if you are called a liar

Most people tell white lies to protect another person’s feelings. After all, you don’t want to tell your friend Laura that another friend said that she has a big honker of a nose. Maybe you just don’t mention it or tell Laura that people think her nose is fine, really it is the kind thing to do.

It can be kind of ironic if your parents turn around and accuse you of lying to them. After all, they were the ones to tell you whopper lies like Santa Claus and the Easter bunny exist.

There are people who lie habitually for no reason without anything to gain from lying. These folks change their stories constantly and are sneaky and lack empathy.  If you only tell white lies to protect friends, you would not be included in this category.

Next time your parents or a friend call you a liar use one of our clever comebacks to stop them in their tracks. If you can think of an even better comeback, let us know in the comments below.


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11 Best comebacks if someone calls you a liar

1. I’m a liar? You were the one who told me about the tooth fairy, the Easter Bunny and Santa!

2. What other people think of me is none of my business.

3. Here, let me wipe that bullshit from your mouth.

4. Don’t talk when YOUR mouth is full of lies.

5. Congratulations on your ability to create drama out of absolutely nothing.

6. I am sorry for telling an inconvenient truth.

7. I am speaking the truth. Facts are facts and I am not sugar coating anything for you.

8. If I offended you it is probably because I am telling you the truth.

9. You have repeatedly accused me of lying when I am not. I don’t feel comfortable with you in my life anymore.

10. There is only one truth and you’re the one who is confused about it.

11. I don’t owe you anything. If you think I am lying when I am not, that’s your problem not mine. I will let my actions speak for themselves.

Definition of a liar

A liar is a person who purposely tells people  false information or falsehoods, often with the intent to deceive or mislead others. A liar can distort the truth in many different ways, by, fabricating stories, or exaggerating minor details in order to manipulate others or to avoid consequences.

Lying can erode trust and damage relationships, and it is generally considered to be a negative trait.

How to deal with being called a liar

It’s hurtful to be called a liar, but it’s important to handle the issue in a calm manner and with maturity to avoid further damage. The following are some steps that can assist you in dealing with the fact that you have been labeled a liar:

1. Stay Calm: No matter what, it is important to stay calm and collected. Focus on getting your thoughts under control while you take a few slow, deep breaths.

2. Ponder  the Accusation: Check to see if the claim is true before you respond. Being honest with yourself can help you deal with the problem better.

3. Collect Evidence: Find any proof or witnesses that can back up your story. Having information and proof can help you defend yourself.

4. Say Sorry if Needed: If you lied, you should be ready to say sorry and explain what happened. People value honesty, and one way to gain back people’s trust is to admit your mistakes and take responsibility for them.

5. Move On: After the problem has been fixed, you should make every effort to move on and concentrate on the bright side of things. Don’t wallow in the charge, and don’t let it come to define you.

When someone wrongly accuses you of lying, it can be difficult. But how you handle it can make all the difference. Stay true to yourself and respond with grace and fairness.

Famous people who have been called liars

Lots of famous people have been accused of lying or being dishonest. This usually happens because of their public roles, things they’ve done, or controversies they’ve been involved in. Check out these famous examples:

1. Richard Nixon: He was involved in the Watergate scandal, which caused him to step down in 1974. He was accused of lying to hide the fact that he helped break into the offices of the Democratic National Committee.

2. Lance Armstrong: The seven-time Tour de France winner who used to be a professional cyclist was accused of doping for many years before finally accepting it in 2013.

3. Bill Clinton: The 42nd President of the United States, faced some serious accusations during the Monica Lewinsky scandal. He was accused of lying under oath, which caused quite a stir and led to his impeachment by the House of Representatives.

4. Martha Stewart: The business mogul and TV personality was found guilty of lying to federal agents about a stock deal and was sent to prison in 2004.

5. Bernie Madoff: This American stockbroker ran one of the biggest Ponzi schemes in history. He lied over and over about how his business worked, which cost him a lot of money.

These are just a few cases of famous people who have been accused of lying. It’s important to remember that public figures are often closely watched, and accusations of lying can have a big effect on their jobs and public image.

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When you are dealing with being called liar by others and you find it stressful, consider getting support from a professional. Talking to a counselor is a great way to work through a challenging situation, and help you find some strategies to work through the person’s behaviour.

Better Help is a great resource where you can talk to a counselor from the comfort of your own home. 

Taking care of your own needs isn’t selfish, and you will feel better in the long run.

Check out what to say when someone has LIED TO YOU

Got any comments, questions or tips for dealing with someone who calls you a liar? Share them in the comments below.

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  1. Bully “You’re such a liar!”
    Me “Your whole life is a lie!”
    Others “OOHHHHHHHHHH!!!”
    Bully *Crys in background…

  2. What can I say when people say I act like a two year old? I don’t actually they’re just jealous of my beauty, intelligence, and ability to draw well.

  3. If someone is being mean like saying you’re stoopid and you lie and stuff, just agree with them or say “Ok. Ok. Ok.” They’ll get really mad.

  4. Hmmm tell them,” Just remember without stupidity there would be no intelligence and without uglyness there would be no beauty so… the word needs you after all.” Good Luck

  5. Oh wow, these comebacks are perfect! I’ve been called a liar too many times and it’s so frustrating. Thanks for sharing these, now I have some great responses ready for next time!

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