You can't believe everything you read on the Internet.
Hopefully, we're not the first ones to break this to you, but it's really, really important that you know it to be true.
The Internet is a great place filled with great things, but it's also filled with all kinds of lies from all kinds of people who seem to think that lying is somehow less unethical if it happens on the World Wide Web.
For whatever reason, people lie about so many things on the Internet. This is especially bonkers considering the fact that the Internet also includes Google — a tool that can be used to quickly and summarily debunk erroneous info.
There are few things more satisfying than seeing people called out on their Internet lies. Here, we've gathered up a few of our favorite examples of Internet justice.
There's basically no limit to the things people will lie about on the Internet. Mark Hamill proves it:
Suuuuure you did.
That's a big horse.
The president or Shakespeare.
"He shook my hand."
"And gave me a Macbook."
Everyone started clapping.
Healthy nachos for the win.
Called out by a fellow student.
Stealing is wrong.
Lmfaooooo who's mans is this @smoss?! https://t.co/MHDvIcMppG— Osama Bin Drinkin'🥃 (@Osama Bin Drinkin'🥃)1494348545.0
Working hard or hardly working?
@Coach_Meadows24 kid out here writing with air Fam, cmon now https://t.co/kw5OBxiI8U— Fabs (@Fabs)1453348069.0
Never been worn.
Kimberly is a hero.
My mother is out here lying on Facebook. My nephew speaks in Power Ranger quotes, he ain't say none of this. https://t.co/PqErHaI25n— Uncle Hack (@Uncle Hack)1481351707.0
@KennedyJonesTHO No you didn’t.— Seth Rogen (@Seth Rogen)1534298156.0