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Don't judge too hard.

It took me about a minute to make up these bad rhymes for a very silly riddle.

It is really silly =) I'll try better next time.

UPDATE

I added a little hint to the rhymes

I can be old, I can be new,
I can be false, I can be true,
On camping trips I visit you,
Near the fireplace at night,
The time for me is usually right.

Now who am I or what am I?
The answer is for you to find.

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Similar to Jannis' answer, are you a:

Scary story?

As

There are classics, there are new ones, most are made-up monster tales, some are real-life unexplained mysteries, and they're often told around campfires late at night

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  • $\begingroup$ Damn) I thought it would take longer) $\endgroup$ – Eugene Anisiutkin Nov 29 '18 at 10:49
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Are you a

Campfire song?
This is pretty obvious, so i think it's wrong

Because:

true, false, old and new are attributes a song can hold
and it's usually played on camping trips at nights near the fireplace

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  • $\begingroup$ Damn) close, very close) i thought of something a bit different as an answer. $\endgroup$ – Eugene Anisiutkin Nov 29 '18 at 10:39
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Are you

a friend?

I can be old, I can be new,

Old friends and new friends

I can be false, I can be true,

False friends and true friends

On camping trips I visit you,

Trips generally spent with friends and family

Near the fireplace at night,
The time for me is usually right.

People gather around a fire and make friends.

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  • $\begingroup$ =) Also close, i guess my riddle has too many right answers) I thought of one which wqas a bit different, when i made the rhymes up $\endgroup$ – Eugene Anisiutkin Nov 29 '18 at 10:41
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Are you

A joke

As people say they are old, new, right or wrong. And also tend to say it's always a good time for one.

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  • $\begingroup$ But can rot13(n wbxr) be false or true ? =) $\endgroup$ – Eugene Anisiutkin Nov 29 '18 at 13:16

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