lying

We all tell little white lies every now and again. And most of the time, these lies are justified, particularly if they’re to prevent someone’s feeling’s getting hurt. It’s when these lies can be harmful to others, or for that matter, yourself, that they become more serious. And if there’s one person you should never […] More

Many people lie or exaggerate about seemingly little things. For example, I've wondered if many are lying or at the very least stretching the truth about the number of partners they've had.

One of those strange things where half of the people are lying and making the number higher, and the other half are lying and making it lower.

It's funny, isn't it? But you do you! What do we know?

People shared some of their thoughts with us after Redditor SleepingOmibozu asked the online community,

"What's something you're 100% sure most people are lying about?"
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