Yeah? And if you've been doing Python full time, you'd also remember how to make a class, make a generator, do list comprehensions etc etc etc. Testing someone for "length of string" is a MEANINGLESS test that's a waste of time. Testing trivia is pointless and makes you look like a tool who doesn't know how to create meaningful tests.
You've proven my point that you don't really understand what you're testing for. You THINK you're testing for liars, but you're not. There are much better ways to test for liars that aren't completely irrelevant. It's like people who write classes, then writes public setters and getters for everything, and writes stupid tests to test that they work, as though that in any way assures quality.
Just goes to show most programmers are horrible testers and don't know what actually constitutes a good test or not.