There's a guy at our work, right. Pretty posh, pretty rich. No probs with that. However he says some things which although may well be true, seem to contain hints of complete bollocks. It's trying to filter between this that is hard.
He said the other week that he attended the James Bond premiere. He might well have done - he's friends with a vaguely famous person (i dismissed this as bollocks but it has been confirmed as true by colleagues) and could have tagged along, or something. I don't know. Before this he's been saying he's been away at a dinner here, a weekend away there. Bit of a hooray henry, pleasant with it, but a bit too much of the chat.
However he's just come in this morning claiming to be hungover, saying he spent five figures at a charity ball last night, buying an original Tracy Emin (which he is offering away because he hates it) and a team-building exercise in Henley with the Team GB Olympic fours.
I'm struggling to accept this. I think maybe he's been saying he goes to these events but in reality just goes home to play football manager wearing a tuxedo top with no pants, eating pork scratchings.
How about you? What bold and seemingly implausible claims have your peers made?