Relevant Definitions

The following is courtesy of This is out of left field I know but very relevant to my thoughts today on others.

When do the lies stop? At what point can you lie and distort the past and present so much that you believe it? Do you think that no one sees through it or talks about non-stop?

My favorite part of the definition below? The fact that DECEPTION is a synonym! That is classic.

Delusional (noun)

1. an act or instance of deluding.

2. the state of being deluded.

3. a false belief or opinion: delusions of grandeur.

4. Psychiatry. a fixed false belief that is resistant to reason or confrontation with actual fact: a paranoid delusion.

de⋅lu⋅sion⋅al, de⋅lu⋅sion⋅ar⋅y, adjective


1. deception. See illusion.

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2 Responses to Relevant Definitions

  1. Captbewil says:

    Dude, I should really read your post more often, as they are some times quite amusing, but after reading this one it leaves the question… Who took a swim in your fruit loops that morning?

  2. martineden says:

    Not a new dip in the pool but a continuing emergence of facts that support an old hypothesis. By no means does this new evidence make me mad or mildly upset but it gives me a little smirk. The best part it is one of those situations where the person knows who they are, they read this and then they laugh at the mere suggestion that they are the “Big Fraud”.

    However, my 20 second smirk + many other people pointing out said “delusional” parties is worth at least one tiny entry in my world. Cheers!

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