14 Internet Braggers Who Were Just Asking To Get Rinsed

It’s a general rule of thumb that anything you read online is 100% true, typically verified by stringent fact-checkers at social media networks. Sadly, there are exceptions to every rule: Sometimes fabrications slip through that contain exaggerations, hyperbole and straight-up lies that do a disservice to those who share their totally true accounts of valour.

Here are some examples that we regret to inform you are among the few untrue things you read on the World Wide Web.


1. Invisible dealerships aren’t known for their communication


14 Internet Braggers Who Were Just Asking To Get Rinsed


2. FML


14 Internet Braggers Who Were Just Asking To Get Rinsed


3. You’ve gotta feel for her back


14 Internet Braggers Who Were Just Asking To Get Rinsed


4. *Sigh*


14 Internet Braggers Who Were Just Asking To Get Rinsed


5. We’ve found the next Shakespeare ladies and gentlemen


14 Internet Braggers Who Were Just Asking To Get Rinsed


6. More money than sense


14 Internet Braggers Who Were Just Asking To Get Rinsed


7. This guy has no problem blowing his own trumpet


14 Internet Braggers Who Were Just Asking To Get Rinsed


8. I think the third commenter said it all


14 Internet Braggers Who Were Just Asking To Get Rinsed


9. Suuurrrreee


14 Internet Braggers Who Were Just Asking To Get Rinsed


10. All talk, no trousers


14 Internet Braggers Who Were Just Asking To Get Rinsed


11. Hard to see from a high horse on top of an ivory tower.


14 Internet Braggers Who Were Just Asking To Get Rinsed


12. You’re just the best person, well done.


14 Internet Braggers Who Were Just Asking To Get Rinsed


13. Being beautiful is such a chore… boo


14 Internet Braggers Who Were Just Asking To Get Rinsed


14. Oh sorry, this one was actually me… it’s 100% true, too

14 Internet Braggers Who Were Just Asking To Get Rinsed

In an age where it’s easy to learn volumes about one’s friends, enemies and potential love interests with just a few mouse clicks, it makes sense that most people construct their digital identities very carefully.

Trouble is, lies have a habit of biting you in the arse down the line, so it’s probably best to keep things real.

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