For example Some guy will post a question about never having a girlfriend, date, kiss etc, and ask people on gag if he's fated to be alone, and almost everyone on gag will say "there's somebody out there for everyone". Or he will say the reason why he can't get a gf/date is because he's ugly and he posts his pic and everyone (which was always suspicious to me since everyone said the same thing about him not being ugly) on gag will tell him he's not ugly. I always wondered were people just saying those things all for the sake of being positive even if deep down they know its a lie?
- Yes I would rather tell a lie that sounds positive, than tell the truth that will sound negative50% (1)33% (1)40% (2)Vote
- Yes I would tell that person to have Hopefulness and optimism by any means, even if its a 1,000% bald faced lie0% (0)0% (0)0% (0)Vote
- Even if I saw his pic and knew that it was because of his looks he couldn't get a gf/date , I tell him that its his personality and confidence even if deep down in my mind i knew it was his looks50% (1)67% (2)60% (3)Vote
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When you ask such an obviously biased question, it's going to make people less interested in answering. Like, all your poll questions are pretty much the same thing, which suggests that you don't think anyone would have a different answer. You've already made it clear that you think that everyone is a liar.
While I'm not sure that there's someone out there for everyone, I would never tell anyone that their situation was hopeless. I mean, I know a guy who suffered burns all over his head and face when he was a child---and he has a wife and kids. Certainly being ugly makes it more difficult to find a partner, but plenty of ugly people do get in relationships. I'm not going to tell someone that they're attractive if I don't think they are, but I'm also not going to tell anyone that they're disgusting and should abandon all hope or that they're "fated to be alone". I'm not lying---that's what I genuinely think.1