The Liars got together one day and began to lie to one another. Each lie built upon the one before it, becoming more fantastical as they progressed. Lie was piled upon lie until finally the Liars paused to catch their breath.
“How horrible it is to be a Liar,” they said, laughing at their own lie.
And then they lied some more. They heaped lies upon lies upon lies, the lying Liars, as they lied, lied, lied, lied, lied. When they weren’t lying they talked about lying which, being Liars, they lied about as well. They even sang songs about lies. They sang “Lyin’ Eyes” and “Liar, Liar” and “Would I Lie To You?”
Finally, having exhausted every lie they could conceive, one of them told the truth by mistake. No one trusted that liar ever again.