The 1 lie Paradox - (I think this works)
A man says, "I can only tell 1 lie and this is it".
If he never tells a lie then his statement cannot be called a lie and thus it is a lie and thus the truth.
If he tells 1 ordinary lie then his statement is a lie and thus the truth but thus a lie.
In telling 1 lie however, he would have told two lies because his initial statement would be a lie.
In telling 2 lies however he would have only told 1 because his initial statement would be true.