A code used when putting a friend on the spot. It implies that you want your friend to lie, usually to cover up something the former shouldn't say.
Kevin: Harry! Harry! Real quick, don't lie. Where we comin' from?

Harry: Man, you was with dat bitch with da fat ass.
by KnightofNerdom September 25, 2019
A phrase commonly used by professional basketball player Rasheed Wallace; once famously yelled by coach Flip Saunders.

"Ball don't lie" is said when a player misses one, two or all three of his free throws after a questionable (read as: bullshit) foul call is made by an official. The ball is, essentially, the unbiased judge who will not reward the player by going in if the apparent foul was indeed bullshit.
*Andrew Bogut locks arms with Rasheed Wallace and trips over his own feet, prompting a foul call from the referee*

Rasheed: That's BULLSHIT, man!

*Andrew Bogut toes the line and proceeds to miss his first free throw*

Rasheed: BALL DON'T LIE!

*Bogut then attempts a second free throw and misses again*

Rasheed: BALL DON'T LIE, DAMNIT!
by Clint Malarchuk March 29, 2007
An individual who feels it is appropriate to use dance moves from the Wii game "Just Dance" or other variations on an actual dance floor.
Josh: "I hope they play Girlfriend at Prom this year! I know all the moves!"

Forrest: "Hips Don't Lie over here is gonna get his groove on."
by DJ Forresto January 20, 2011
Phrase, popularized by Slim Chin, AKA Ken Jeong, and frequently proven by Chicago Bulls point guard, Derrick Rose. Shouted during break-away dunks, by Sportscenter anchors during touchdown runs, and by kids on basketball courts, street races and hot dog eating contests.
You get his shoe, you get fast too! Fast Don't Lie
by adidasBasketball November 22, 2010
Lips Don't Lie means when you are lying about your feeling towards your Boyfriend, Girlfriend, Husband, and Wife. When they kiss you, you then kiss them right back that is when they know you are feeling something.
Jess "Lauren you do know I know when your Lips Don't Lie".
Lauren "Jess how would you know when my lips don't lie I haven't even kissed you or anything".
Jess "Lauren so".
Lauren "What do you mean so".
Jess "Lauren we have been Childhood Friends forever and we are close I know when your Lips Don't Lie when I kiss you sometimes on the mouth and you always kiss me back".

Lauren "Okay".
by The Master MKD772003 February 28, 2021
A simple phrase made famous by Rasheed Wallace and coach Flip Saunders that presents evidence that a foul call was indeed unwarranted when the basketball doesn't go in the hoop (usually when the foul beneficiary is at the free throw line).

'Ball don't lie' is more than phrase a player can call out to make a case that a call was made unnecessarily, it is also a mind-set and philosophy. Although Rasheed Wallace may come off to the public as an inarticulate NBA thug, some, like myself, believe that he is a deeper individual, both in intelligence and in a spiritual sense. 'Ball don't lie' is evidence of this hidden and sheltered brilliance exposing itself to the masses. The basketball philosophy Rasheed gave the world, that a basketball is a fair and unbiased being, is ingenious. I have a feeling that some NBA players may have adopted this set of thinking and think the exact phrase of "ball don't line" when NBA referee bullshit is evident. I believe Rasheed's philosophy extends beyond the shooting immediately after the bull call, maybe even influencing the outcome of the game (although the circumstances in which the call occurred would have to be significant). Radical, yes, but if we as a society have accepted crap like the 'Cleveland curse' can't we believe a philosophy like this.

Thank you 'sheed.
-Playgrounds in Beijing, China-

*Kid trips taking it to the hole, cries foul that the defender pushed him*

Kid 1: chi cha chong chi FOUL.

*Pay resumes, Kid 1 misses everything and loses*

Kid 2: chow mha mi ming tao BALL DON'T LIE...beeeech
by Doctor Jack July 24, 2010
A Philism used to fill a lull in conversation or as a pathetic comeback to a derogatory quip. Most often used excessively in conjunction with “what are you doing?”
Phil: Mike what are you doing?

Mike: Checking out Craig’s list

Phil: Dude don’t lie

Dan: Phil was so drunk he took point with the FUF again.

Phil: Dude don’t lie she had a good personality.
by Hooter Hunter August 25, 2004