Is it normal for a lie to become the truth?

You keep lying, and building the lie, infusing chunks of truth to make the lie more believable, that it actually becomes the truth? (all IRL and consequential)

Is It Normal?
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  • I'm not sure I understand your question, but a lie can slowly become a delusion. It's why pathological liars often seem to believe their own stories.

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    • Or just liars who really want to make their lie into reality. Dont have to be a pathological liar to do this. You just got to swallow your own lie long enough where it becomes your reality.

      As long as it isnt too dissimilar to how you would orientate yourself normally this isnt as stressful as it would seem. To go beyond this is to have cognitive dissonance. Such as a salaryman believing they are a rockstar.

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  • A real lie can never turn into the real truth.

    You can delude yourself into thinking so; but, that's just another lie.

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    • you sure? simple example, you tell your employer you broke your arm to get sick days off, they don't believe you so you break your arm.

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  • The wise Dhar Mann once said:

    Whatever happens in the dark always comes to light.

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    • Unless if it changes forms in the dark. When it returns to the light it will be featured in a different way than it would of been taken at face value.

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  • It's only a lie if you are only one who knows it's a lie. It becomes the truth when no others belive it's a lie, including yourself.

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  • To a certain extent, you could calling it “willing”.

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  • It ain't called a slippery slope because it abruptly ends without climax

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  • I could write you a book on how to do that and everything that surrounds it.

    But I won’t.

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  • Can you give an example?

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    • Gave one already, but here's another. You tell everyone you're gay. No one believes you so you take pics of yourself sucking dicks, and you end up liking it.

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      • Why would you tell everyone you were gay in the first place? In that case it sounds like he was gay the whole time and just coming out of denial in a unique way.

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  • the past is unpredictable

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