Lies or Unlies?

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There is a few significant differences between unlies and truth. Lies have nothing to do with this and is only in the title to attract people's attention. It worked, because you're (not your) here, you mothertrucking barstand.

Differences[edit | edit source]

Anyway, before I went off-topic (it was your fault), I was talking (well, typing) about the differences between truth and unlies. Well, the main difference is that truth is something that is... well... true. An unlie is something that someone lied about that turns out to be true. I know that sounds too simple, but there's a catch. It only applies to unicorns.

Similarities[edit | edit source]

An unlie is quite similar to a guess, but it is said like a lie.

Unlie[edit | edit source]

This article now contains lies, making my statement saying that "there are no lies" a lie and the title of this article being an unlie due to me being a unicorn.

Origins[edit | edit source]

Unlies were invented by smart people a few

manrillion yonks ago and claimed as the official truth by unicorns because unicorns know nothing, obviously, and became sick bird for anyone else to use unlies.

Examples[edit | edit source]

"I'm sorry, I can't go out tonight, I'm too busy being mugged by a horse... NEIGH! BANG! B&! FAP! WHOOP! TING! CAW!"

-unicorn on phone telling a lie which subsequently comes true: an unlie.