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    Army fantasist John Livesey found guilty of lying

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england...shire-14410800

    Makes you wonder why they didn't lock him up. I bet he is now using the story line from Steven Seagal Under Siege to cover himself as a covert special agent.

    Never ceases to amaze me the lengths that people go to live in their fantasys.I read awhile back that there has been problems with people that have taken community officer courses to then go on and impersonate being a police officer.


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    Ha !

    I knew/know a guy that lives in a dreamworld such as this guy in the article, he would always spoonfeed so much bull to everyone, just things like he got his missus pregnant and then 11 months later he said ' they lost it ' and that he's dad was an engineer in india, when infact he's dad would drop him to college and he drove buses

    why do it ?
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    • #3
      This reminds me of the time I was in a bank and a few bank robbers came in and I killed them all with 1 bullet...

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Rhydian View Post
        This reminds me of the time I was in a bank and a few bank robbers came in and I killed them all with 1 bullet...
        Reminds me the time I single handedly saved my ex wife and her colleges from terrorists who took over there office tower.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by JustJoe View Post
          Reminds me the time I single handedly saved my ex wife and her colleges from terrorists who took over there office tower.
          Awesome, but that's nothing compared to what I did last week...Stopped a terrorist attack on a nuclear power plant and saved thousands of lives

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          • #6
            Yeah! Well, I got a haircut!

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            • #7
              I made a thread somewhere about the woppers people tell.

              Freedom isn't free"



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              • #8
                Originally posted by Toonshorty View Post
                Yeah! Well, I got a haircut!
                robin will love that news!
                Originally posted by Aaron
                I want those sweet cherries

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Toonshorty View Post
                  Yeah! Well, I got a haircut!

                  THis statement is useless without pics

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                  • #10
                    I used to know a guy who was genuinely in the Navy. Over the years he told at least 3 different stories relating to where he was when 9/11 happened - ranging from being aboard the closest RN patrol vessel to Iraq / in a bar in Saudi (?) / Had pulled out of New York harbour the day before. He was actually in the UK on 9/11. Full of bull. Why lie? If you're going to lie you better have a good memory. Sad really.
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                    • #11
                      I recently went on one of these organised Battlefield Tours around the WWII beaches. One older guy started to spout bull**** about being in the paras etc. What he didn't realise was that there were two younger guys on the same coach who were actually Paras. He quickly shut up when they quizzed him about what regiment he was in etc and he obviously couldn't answer.

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                      • #12
                        Memory is such a hazy thing, i can honestly remember being the fastest kid in school and running the 1500m in 3m47seconds.

                        When i was 12, barefoot on a dirt track in the rain.

                        Ya know, might have been the brown bear chasing me at the time that made me run so fast, i read somewhere that they climb trees so i avoided the row of Poplar's that my Dad planted when the Pope came over for tea a decade earlier, or something like that.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by zaz View Post
                          Memory is such a hazy thing, i can honestly remember being the fastest kid in school and running the 1500m in 3m47seconds.

                          When i was 12, barefoot on a dirt track in the rain.

                          Ya know, might have been the brown bear chasing me at the time that made me run so fast, i read somewhere that they climb trees so i avoided the row of Poplar's that my Dad planted when the Pope came over for tea a decade earlier, or something like that.
                          I hate bears. Fought one off with my bear hands...

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                          • #14
                            Sad though when these fantasist fake their way into professions that actually affect peoples lifes such as being a Doctor or Nurse and alike.

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                            • #15
                              This actually explains alot, purley on thames (were the newspaper reports says this bloke lived), is a very small village near reading...

                              And my psycho ex from years ago also lived in that village.. i always thought the people in that village were a bit weird..

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