Pieced together from ancient legends by: Cody
The author writes:
That was a lie. And that's the truth! Although it's a truth that that was a lie, therefore making it a truth about a lie. But it's a lie that's a truth. But if it was a truth, it would then be a lie that it was the truth. But if it was true, it would be a lie. But saying it's a lie would be the truth, but saying it's true would be a lie. And that would be a truthful lie. But that would be a lie, because there's no such thing as a truthful lie nor a lieful truth. The truth can't be a lie, and a lie can't be a truth. Lying does not make a truth, and that's a truth. It's a truth about lying about a truth. And it's true that was a lie. But it's true indeed that it was a lie. But that would be lying about a truth. But it's true that it's a lie. But that would be lying about the truth...
Boy, I hate starting these paradoxes. And that's the truth.