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Everyone in my year at school thinks I have siblings. In first year I was always asked how many siblings I have. I'm an only child but people seem to think only children are spoilt so I told everyone that I have 2 brothers and a sister. Even my teachers think I have siblings (I'm not looking forward to parent interviews). I really want to invite my friends over to my house but then they'd find out that I'm a liar. I talk about my 'fake' siblings every day as if they are real. I also have a boyfriend who wants to meet my parents but I haven't told him that I'm an only child. What should I do to fix this??? Btw I also told everyone that I live in a big house (but I don't). I regret lying so much and wish that I told the truth.
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Lmao why would you do this there's no way out of this now you can either keep it a secret and start afresh when you go to college or just tell them and see what their reaction is
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Wait what?
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So, instead of behaving in a way that shows you aren't a spoilt only child, you compound the stereotype by being a liar?

You're going to have a hard job keeping this quiet for the entirety of school. It's going to come out one way or another. Be prepared for a lot of grief!
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not saying you should but you might be able to find a way to get urself out of the situation
you could just tell them u are an only child what is the worst that will happen ?? or another excuse like they died or something like that no idea but wouldnt advise you to lie on top of your original lie
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Oh, look! Four fish took the bait!

:reel:O-/--(
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(Original post by TheNamesBond.)
Oh, look! Four fish took the bait!

:reel:O-/--(
it's five now
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Start by telling your boyfriend that you're an only child, that's important.

Stop being paranoid about being perceived as spoilt. It's irrelevant.

What year are you in?
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So, instead of behaving in a way that shows you aren't a spoilt only child, you compound the stereotype by being a liar?

You're going to have a hard job keeping this quiet for the entirety of school. It's going to come out one way or another. Be prepared for a lot of grief!
I know, I was just a dumb first year lol. I can't even go to school events with my parents just in case my friends ask where my sinlings are.
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*siblings
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