1. Do you think that lying is immoral/wrong?
2. In what situations would it be considered "okay" to lie?
What it boils down to is just what you're willing to justify to yourself.
3. Are you a good liar?
Unfortunately, yes. I used to lie to people so that I wouldn't have to talk to them about things I didn't want to talk to them about. It was like a defense mechanism or something; I'd make up whatever on the spot that I thought would end the conversation the quickest. Then I realized that nothing is faster at driving people far away than the truth.
4. What do people usually catch you on?
The problem with making stuff up spur of the moment like that is that you have to keep track of it or else someone who remembers what you said brings it up later. Dedicating the brain power to keeping track of that crap is too inefficient if nothing else.
5. What do you think makes a good lie?
Lies that are effective have a grain of truth to them. There's just enough there so that the rest of it seems plausible.
6. Do you feel bad for lying?
At the time, no, I didn't, but I came to regret it. I've been forgiven for it, so I try not to dwell on it too much.
7. Any other thoughts?
Sometimes people say things based on a limited knowledge of facts, and they believe what they're saying to be true at the time they are saying it. That doesn't count as lying, so sometimes even the most jaded of us need to be open to the possibility of an alternate explanation when confronting someone with what you believe to be a lie.