DON'T TELL A LIE...OR ELSE!
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Lies are a favorite topic of old
wives tales, for obvious reasons. While some of the best childrenís stories are
about noses growing when one tells a lie, an old wives tale that says a pimple
on your tongue means youíve told a lie is a lot more believable. There are
versions of the old wives tale that say that a sore on the lip means that a lie
has been told, and that more than one pimple on the tongue means that the same
lie has been told more than once.
Is this true? Probably not. Pimples on the tongue
can be caused by simply biting the tongue or from various viruses. Though,
telling a lie can cause stress, and stress makes one more susceptible to
viruses. So, itís possible that the old wives tale is true in a round about way.
The moral of the old wives tale is that no one likes to have a pimple on his or
her tongue, so itís best not to tempt the old wives tale and always tell the
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