I've compiled a list of these lies, that if you ever heard someone say you'd think to yourself "That's pretty awesome, but not too ridiculous where I'd consider it to be a lie". These are borderline believable, but so random and absurd that no one could 1) prove you wrong nor 2) one-up you with a more believable lie. That's what I was going for, so the next time you don't have an opening line to talk to a girl, just rip out one of these BBLs and watch a beautiful conversation unfold before your very eyes. All healthy relationships are based on little white lies, just ask your divorced parents.

  • I was an extra in "Little Nicky" but they cut my scene out last minute. Adam Sandler is exactly how I imagined though.
  • I was actually on an unaired episode of Nick Cannon's "Wild 'N Out".
  • My family was on "Double Dare" back in the day. We had the tape at home but I think my dad recorded over it by accident. We made it as far as the obstacle course but my little brother lost it for us at the giant peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
  • My uncle on my mom's side was the bass player in the one hit wonder band Right Said Fred. They had that single "I'm Too Sexy". It was on the soundtrack for "Encino Man".
  • My dad has this old '77 Trans Am that he used to let me drive to school. I only had my Learner's Permit at the time though, but he went to high school with the Chief of Police so it was cool.
  • My dad's friend went to school with a kid who got to play an Ewok in "Return of the Jedi".
  • Back in 1997 when Quaker Oats initiated a nation-wide search for the "next Mikey," I was the runner-up in the event she couldn't do it. I'm actually glad I wasn't picked. If I was I wouldn't be the person I am today.
  • My second cousin once removed was the inspiration for the character Maverick in "Top Gun".
  • I got my high school sweetheart pregnant the first time we had sex freshman year. I think I was like 13 at the time and her dad, being the Neo-Nazi born-again Christian he was, made her get an abortion and sent her to boarding school up North. Haven't talked to her since.
  • My younger cousin on my Dad's side, the one who lives in L.A., just got his license the other day and crashed into Mark-Paul Gosselaar, he was Zach on "Saved By the Bell" if you didn't already know.
  • I was on this like 10 hour bus ride up to Canada to visit an old high school friend who goes to college up there now. On the ride up there was this really cute older woman sitting next to me so we ended up talking. Turns out she was Lark Voorhies, she played Lisa Turtle on "Saved by the Bell", if you didn't already know.
  • My uncle and godfather is Mr. Belding from "Saved By the Bell". True story.