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I Had a Dream

By Patrick M. OhanaPublished 2 months ago 3 min read

Liebook - The Lie Social Network

Unlike Assbook where all members are Asses, and Prickbook where all members are Pricks, in Liebook, all members are Lies; real lies. Your Liebook picture or avatar is of your lie. A lie has no sex or gender since a lie is a lie. It is just a pretender. But what if you wanted to compare between Lies or even cross-reference them! Whether the lie originated from a specifically labelled entity is of no interest whatsoever on this website. Liebook frankly will not care what you are or think that you are on this website. Liebook only wants Lies; as many as could fill a world and even expand to the Moon and who knows perhaps even to Mars. It is one of the few Liebook rules.

Liebook, a social networking service and website, operated and privately owned by Liebook, Inc., will be launched in 2024. Active users will be called Lies. Lies will be able to create Lie profiles, add other Lies as Liepals, and exchange messages, including automatic notifications when they update their Lie profiles. Lies will have to register before using the website. Additionally, Lies will be able to join common-interest Lie groups, organised by type of lie and almost any combination of these types (for example, a Lie could not be both true and false. A lie is a lie). Lies will be able to join any group(s) as long as their lies match the described type(s). Liebook will allow any Lie who documents being at least 18 years of age to become a registered Lie on the Liebook website. A Lie!

The website’s membership will be initially offered to adults in North America (Canada, Mexico, and USA) before expanding to other countries around the world. Membership will be free for the first month but will subsequently carry a $1 (lie) monthly charge. Each Lie will be limited to one account, and each account will be limited to one Lie. While not offered initially, Lie families will be allowed to form from the beginning of the second year onwards. There are plans to run Lie contests, but the various elements involved are still under review.

Liebook Rules

There are no rules except for the ones mentioned above.

Liebook Show

The Liebook Show will be streamed online every Sunday night. The time is still under review but it is almost certain that the Liebook Show will start at midnight. Liebook does not like Mondays either. Another lie!


If you are at least 18 years old, you are automatically accepted when you apply on the Liebook website. Your lie has to be a real lie; not a fictional one. Nietzsche’s “Truth is ugly. We possess art lest we perish of the truth.” will always be true. Fictional lies have their place in fiction. Liebook is only interested in real lies. Liebook contains all the fictional lies ever created in all languages in a special priceless database. Liebook will only accept true lies. Do not make up a lie. It is easily detected by the system. You simply have to tell one true lie.

While Liebook is not looking for investors, any serious offers are gladly reviewed and may be accepted.

Liebook? What the heck for?

Because not everyone loves lies, and those who do, tend to be liars! Instead of receiving, à la Facebook, texts and pics about who-gives-a-hoot-really, Lies will receive texts about lies and pics of lies; many pics, as far as the fingers can move. How does a lie look? you may ask. You know one when you see it. It is usually pale or red and very rarely blue. No! These are not the colours of the French flag. It is pale here, not white. And between pale and white you could fit the whole white world. What about the rest? They are red and very rarely blue. But how do you differentiate between lies in terms of which are pale, which are red, and which very rarely are blue? You know right away. It is in your genes and parts of your head. We are surely not squared but time will tell.

Launch Date

It is up to you. It is but a dream.

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About the Creator

Patrick M. Ohana

A medical writer who reads and writes fiction and some nonfiction, although the latter may appear at times like the former.

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