The Top Ten Lies Men and Women Tell

The Top Ten Lies Men and Women Tell

LIAR-2

A new study looked at the most common lies men and women tell, and the top lie for BOTH is, “Nothing’s wrong, I’m fine”. Here are the top ten lies women tell.

  1.  “Nothing’s wrong, I’m fine.”
  2.  “This isn’t new, I’ve had it forever.”
  3.  “It wasn’t that expensive.”
  4.  “It was on sale.” That’s three in a row that are shopping related.
  5.  “I’m on my way.”
  6.  “I don’t know where that is, I haven’t touched it.”
  7.  “I didn’t drink that much.”
  8.  “I’ve got a headache.”
  9.  “No, I didn’t throw that away.”
  10.  “Sorry, I didn’t see your call.”

Now here are the top ten lies MEN tell . . .

  1.  “Nothing’s wrong, I’m fine.”
  2.  “This will be my last drink.”
  3.  “No, your butt doesn’t look big in that.”
  4.  “I didn’t have cell phone service.”
  5.  “My battery died.”
  6.  “Sorry, I didn’t see your call.” That’s the third one in a row about not wanting to talk on the phone.
  7.  “I didn’t drink that much.”
  8.  “I’m on my way.”
  9.  “It wasn’t that expensive.”
  10.  “I’m stuck in traffic.”

The survey also found that women are bigger liars than men when it comes to social media. 64% of women regularly lie or exaggerate on Facebook and Twitter, compared to just 36% of men.

(Daily Mail)

 

Top Ten Lies

61% of People Lie on the First Date . . . Here Are the Most Common Lies

61% of People Lie on the First Date . . . Here Are the Most Common Lies

o-LYING-facebook

It’s always good to kick off a potential relationship with a giant pile of LIES.

A new survey found 61% of people admit they LIE on the first date . . . that means three out of every five times you go out with someone new, they’re not going to be totally honest with you.

The most common lie that women tell is about how old they are . . . they usually shave off three to five years. They’re also much more likely than men to lie about their NAME . . . possibly to avoid Facebook stalking or more serious stalking.

The most common lie that men tell is about how much money they make . . . on average they try to seem like they’re about 20% richer than they actually are.

So . . . when does the lying stop? 44% of people say they come clean by the third date . . . 22% wait until after they say, “I love you” . . . 9% wait until MARRIAGE . . . and 25% NEVER tell the truth until they get caught.

(Daily Mail)