Lies kids tell that parents always fall for

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"They started it!" - When kids are fighting and you catch them, they'll typically blame each other to avoid being punished or scolded

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"We don't have any homework" - Pretty much no one likes to do their homework. So it's totally understandable that children sometimes make things up to avoid doing it.

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"I'm listening" - When a child doesn't want to listen to their parents, sometimes they'll pretend to do so, while thinking about something else entirely.

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"I'm with my friend doing homework" - When your child says that they're doing homework with their friends, it probably means that they're just having fun with their friends.

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"I never got your text" - A common lie amongst teens, you'll notice that this often happens when they're out and were supposed to be home by a certain time.

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"Dad/mom said I could" - Turning parents on each other—devious! In this case, it's best to double-check with the other parent.

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"Just two more minutes" - This is something your kids tell you when you ask them to stop playing a video game or when it's time to leave the playground.

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"I'll behave, I promise" - Every kid will promise to behave when you're going to an event. But even if they say so, it doesn't mean they actually have a plan to do so.

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"The party is chaperoned" - When it comes to teens, you should know that chaperone actually means friends, and not a responsible grown-up.

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"My phone died" - This is just another excuse for not answering your calls and texts. They'd never let their most beloved gadget die.

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"I'll do it tomorrow" - Then tomorrow comes, and they still didn't take out the trash or fold their laundry. Get ready for another lie when you question them about it.

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"Of course I ate the lunch you packed" - Sorry to tell you, but they definitely ditched your healthy sandwich for some chips out of the vending machine.

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"I'm fine" - If they say this with folded arms, a big frown, and a furrowed brow, then it actually means "I'm so mad right now!"

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"I'll be home before curfew" - Clearly you should have asked whose curfew they'd be home by. Because it's certainly not yours!

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