1. “I’m almost there.” すぐ近くまで来てます（ウソウソ）
See also “I’m five minutes away” or “just around the block.” You know you’re not almost there—it’s going to be at least a half hour before you get to where your friends are waiting for you—but you still have to fudge the truth. To be on time for your next date, check out The 15 Hacks That Will Make You on Time—All The Time.
2. “It must have gone to my SPAM folder” え？それ？たぶんスパムフォルダーに行っちゃってるかも。（ウソウソ）
You saw the email when it came in, you may have even opened and read it, and then decided to deal with it later. In fact, you didn’t do anything with it. But when the sender asked you about it, perhaps weeks or months later, perhaps copying your boss, you had to give some excuse for why you didn’t do anything with it. So SPAM it was. And for some of history’s biggest lies, check out the 28 Most Enduring Myths in the American History.
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