What a rookie move! If you're gonna claim someone else's piece of art as your own, there better not be any trace of the original work on Google.
The most unsettling untruths are the elaborate ones. This Facebook user thought it would be a good idea to steal photos of a random woman and pretend she was his former girlfriend. What's worse, he told his friends she'd died!
Similar to the previous liar, this person thought they could get away with posting about the death of a friend who, in reality, was alive and well. Not so fast!
Why would he lie about something so stupid? When making up a story about the origin of a photo, don't forget to double check whether your shadow supports the fib.
Here's a woman who posted about how playing music helps her heal. Seems harmless enough. Unfortunately, an astute friend recognized the guitar in the photo is upside down.
Making a bold statement on Facebook? Then try not to make it a hypocritical one unless you want to be promptly called out by someone you've wronged in the past.
Once again, it's probably best to avoid using searchable photos when posting about your fake girlfriend on social media. This guy learned the hard way.
This one is so over-the-top, it's hard to believe. You have to be pretty ballsy to try and pass off a watermarked photo as your own.
What would you do if someone was trying to break into your house? Call the cops, or post on Facebook? This brave individual chose the latter.
Finding out the origins of memes can be difficult. In this case, a bit of research could've done a lot of good. Poor guy.
Maybe the best policy is just to avoid lying, online and off. If you can cope with the shame of your friends exposing you, then have at it! Otherwise, stick to the truth.
When bragging about your imaginary club-going life, it's crucial to ensure no one knows you're actually in your pajamas. This user's brother was on the case.