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Lying to get someone to do something they wouldn’t do if they knew the truth is basically stealing.3
I dont often feel bad after. Maybe because i never tell a big lie. Its either a white lie, beating around the bush, or leaving out details. #DontAskDontTell16
I lied to get an extension on my paper once. I said I had to work. I haven’t worked in almost a year.11
What Girls & Guys Said
Yes I have lol hell hasn't everyone if there being honest20
I lie from time to time, but I don’t feel bad about it.1
Yah when I was a kid an wanted a cookie an only got one if I did all my chores like clean my room0
No, I’m a bad liar unless I’m being pestered for info that’s none of anyone’s business.0
If I lie I always get away with it. For some weird reason things always go according to plan.0
no, I don't lie to get a benefit10
I only lie in a work setting1
My lies are always useless lies.0
I rarely lie0
In business I made promises that I knew I would not be fully realized... not in the way that the client envisioned it. But that's why they came to me as the expert... they only brought the ask... they had no idea what the process is and what is require as long as you delivered the same end result. So did I agree to do things I knew I would not do in the way they intended?
YES, absolutely I did, but I delivered the desired result. Is that lying? Technically I guess it is, but clients don't really know what they are asking for or really need most the time, as long as they get what they thought they ask for.
In personal relationships, NEVER!
I do it often in business too. It gets the job done ✔️