ask no questions and you’ll be told no lies



it is a quote by charles d-ckens that is used to reply to a question with an answer best kept untold.
the quote has been shortened to “ask no questions hear no lies” in modern use by people who do not know the origin of the quote.
professor: how far along are you with that -ssignment, peter?
peter: ask no questions and you’ll be told no lies, professor.
professor: ah, charles d-ckens. alright then, we’ll just forget about the -ssignment for now. i will not accept any work given to me after the hand-in date, remember that.

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