CN: I can stand making love to my very ugly wife only because I use augmented reality contact lenses which make her look like Marilyn Monroe.
RC: Everyone on my block thinks I have three perfectly behaved kids. Only I know the secret: they all have electronic brain implants, and I control their behavior by typing in codes using my smartphone.
NG: Whenever my wealthy “have it all” next-door neighbor leaves in the morning by jumping in his shiny flying car, I secretly hope he crashes.
BR. My college accepted me because of my perfect SAT. But it wasn't really me who took the test. I used my 3D printer to print out a neo-plastic mask matching my face, and had my genius friend wear it. He took the test, pretending to be me.
VT: I slipped a suggestibility drug into my Mom's soy milk. Now she never objects when I bring over my friends and we get high by using the latest computer-designed drugs in her living room.
GD: I have a hydrofoil boat, a giant saucer shaped home, three self-driving cars, and twelve android robots. But secretly I think my life is so empty, shallow, and meaningless.
TK: Everyone thinks I have the perfect trophy wife, but she's just really just an android designed to make my neighbors envious.
RS: The five of us at the moon colony didn't really spend most of our time gathering rock samples. Instead we mainly did naughty stuff a whole lot more fun.
TK: Everyone on my block loves the meat dishes I serve at my parties. But it's really synthetic food that uses a chemical structure very similar to human flesh.
JR: Everyone is so happy about the new mega-skyscraper that is 3000 meters tall. Only I know it will collapse into rubble as soon as there's a really strong wind, but I can't get bring myself to tell anyone.
BR: I was sick of envying the richest guy in town. So I paid some thugs to kidnap him, and I paid a doctor to swap our brains. Now I'm him, and I have all his money.
FH: I work alone on a SETI project at a radio telescope. One night I picked up a radio signal from extraterrestrials. But I deliberately erased it, and told no one. I thought it would upset people.
DF: My husband is not really the father of my son. I was artificially inseminated in a lab after they spliced together the genes of four successful people.
NJ: The giant Mars rocket crashed because of a single letter I forgot to type in one line of programming code. After I found the error, I changed the line. Now no one will ever know it was my fault.
JD: The people on my block think I'm the fresh-faced girl next door, soon to start college. But I'm really a 90-year-old grandmother who underwent rejuvenation treatment to roll back the clock.
BC: I'm an astronomer who discovered that a giant asteroid will destroy the Earth next year on January 3, 2090. But I haven't told anyone. Why spoil everyone's day?