Let's say they gained some weight, and they ask whether or not you think they are fat. You noticed that they have put on a few pounds, would you agree that they have gained weight or would you lie about it?
- Yes I would agree & say the truth70% (58)68% (40)69% (98)Vote
- No- I would lie30% (25)32% (19)31% (44)Vote
Most Helpful Guy
The point of S. O. is to find the ONE person in this special-snowflake society whom you can trust to share everything with, including the truth.
The instant you feel you must hide how you truly feel from your S. O. your "relationship" is either doomed or confirmed as shallow and false.
That said, try to keep your partner's feelings in mind and say it as nicely as possible. Honesty and politeness are not necessarily opposites, there's such a thing as constructive criticism; but if even that is too much for you to handle consider seeking a babysitter rather than a significant other.0
Most Helpful Girl
If someone asks me a question with all assumptions that I will respond back in a lie, then I'd think something is seriously not right here.
I'd tell them the truth!
I wouldn't blatantly say they are fat, that's a harsh word.
But I'd say yes, "You gained some weigh".
I'd also respond by letting them know how I think the extra weight looks on them.
Don't ask for the truth!
If you're not ready for it.0