Secrets people dread their family or friends finding out
Do you have a secret that’s SO bad you plan on taking it to your grave? If you say, “No” . . . you’re lying. I’ve got like 15 horrible secrets and I’m an open book.
A new survey found 60% of people say they have at least one secret they REALLY don’t want people to find out about. And most of them have been keeping it for at least 15 years. Here are the ten most common deep, dark secrets . . .
- An affair.
- An embarrassing incident.
- Your web browsing history.
- Sexual fetishes.
- Something in your family history.
- A phobia.
- Something you bought.
- That you smoke, or used to.
- Someone you’re in love with.
(Western Daily Press)
(You can see the top 25 secrets here.)
If you’re wondering why your coworkers never share their sweet, delicious turds of office gossip with you, maybe this is it.
A new study out of University College London found the secret to getting people to tell you secrets is . . . to get them LAUGHING.
Once you make your coworkers laugh, they’ll almost immediately open up to you . . . and makes them FAR more likely to share a secret.
And it gets better: If you’re REALLY making them laugh, you’ll disarm them so much that they won’t even realize they’re sharing stuff with you they probably shouldn’t.
On the other hand . . . someone might try using this on YOU, to get you to rat. So now that you know, be vigilant and never laugh at work again.