I promised myself no threads on here today, but I think this one's a little more justified. Is it acceptable to hint at a twist or turn of events in a 1st person narrative, or is this a trick best reserved for 3rd? Let's say the twist involves someone who the MC trusted, turning out to be a baddie. So you might have a conversation between the two main leads, and the paragraph goes something like: 'You're paranoid!' I said. 'We can trust this guy.' I couldn't have known it at the time, but nothing could have been further from the truth. Would it seem odd to then continue writing as if the MC believed the guy in question was trustworthy? Or would I have to reveal the guy's untrustworthiness immediately?