(Image/choosehonesty.com) Men lie constantly.
I think maybe everyone does.
Sometimes, they are classic bald-faced lies: “I didn’t do it!” Even though we all know he did.
Sometimes, they are exaggerated lies, like when basketball and football players’ heights and weights are inflated slightly.
And sometimes, the lies are so subtle and nuanced that most of us don’t even think of them as lies. There is no malice in the deceit. The deception is not to harm others, and in fact, may be to preserve another’s feelings: “No. Seriously. I think you look beautiful with your super-short haircut!” Even though he thinks it makes her looks boyish and hates it.
But there are many other deceitful moments that seem harmless as they’re happening, and as isolated incidents, probably are. But they’re not isolated. They’re constant. Not “constant” in a hyperbolic way. “Constant” in a That Guy is Wearing a Mask and…
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