A lying man paused Saturday, moments before sipping from a cup of beet juice, to declare, "I love beet juice."
The liar, identified as Alan Hale, Jr., of Provo, Utah, made his proclamation in his workplace break room, as horrified onlookers grimaced.
"What?" he said, fighting the urge to spit the vile liquid across the room. "It's not bad."
Hale went on to cite unspecified "studies" that suggest beet juice is "really good for you."
"Super healthy," he added, forcing himself to take another sip, before adding one more lie. "I drink it all the time."
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