Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Do I need to be a member of the National Association of Liars in order to be economical with the truth?
A: Yes, it is against the law to engage in any form of misrepresentation unless you are a card carrying member of the association. This legal loophole has kept many a politician (particularly Tony Blair) out of prison.
Q: How much does it cost to join?
A: It is completely free to join the organisation. That said, the five pound ‘pay in person at midnight on the 29th of February standing on one leg and whistling the Jerusalem the Golden discount’ clearly will not apply to those that choose not to avail themselves of this generous offer. There is also a five pound administrative charge, a three pound concession fee, ancillary charges adding up to another four pounds and a three pound green energy surcharge.
Q: What are the benefits of joining the organisation?
A: The primary benefits of joining the organisation is the hope that there will be local meetings where members can meet up and tell whopping fibs to each other. Members have, however, reported myriad other benefits including becoming instantly more attractive to the opposite sex, fame, fortune and living to be six hundred years old on a diet of mud and KY jelly.
Q: Does the association have a standard organisational structure with a board of trustees and suchlike?
A: In the interests of data protection, client confidentiality and financial malfeasance we are not at liberty to divulge the exact makeup of the management structure of the organisation but it may (or may not) be fair to say that there might (or might not) be a crowned head of Europe at the helm of the organisation and several ‘Right Honourables’ in directorial positions.
Q: Is the national association of liars a not for profit organisation?
A: Due to lax accounting practices and the propensity for embezzlement of some of its members the organisation is a non-profit making organisation which is almost the same thing.