|April 6, 2012||#1|
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Do you get nervous when you tell a lie?
When I tell a lie-especially when its to a friend I get nervous as hell.
Im not sure what makes the difference between a lie that bothers me and one that doesnt, but I know sometimes it really bothers me bad. Sometimes it's obvious that it should and sometimes it seems silly.
What about you?
|April 6, 2012||#2|
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i wouldn't say nervous, but i do get that sinking feeling of guilt in the pit of my stomach when i lie.....tis why i rarely lie anymore :)
i used to lie all the time though :(
|April 6, 2012||#3|
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It depends who I'm lying to. If I know I can trick them, I'll be as calm as ever. If I know they always suspect me and can see though my lies, I tend to get a little worried :P
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|April 6, 2012||#4|
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I like to lie by using sarcastic confession... Though it depends on who it's aimed at. Other times I just bluntly tell them a lie that I just made up on the spot.
I get nervous when someone asks me a question, not when I lie about something.
E.g. what happened today...
Sisters boyfriend: What's the password *ALARM BELLS because of the word password* for the router?
Me: *poker face* no idea... (but I knew it).
The question itself threw me off because it had password in, I was ready to deny anything and everything.
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i dont get nervous lies are natural to me most of my life is based on lies i mean i lie about everything even dumb stuff like what did i do yesterday hahahahahahahahah(maybe thats not such a good thing)
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|April 6, 2012||#6|
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I get nervous when telling a lie to a person that's hard to lie to.
If they're somewhat gullible, I can tell lies pretty easily.
Plus, I kinda give away that I lie by grinning.
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Go out of my way not to
If there is one thing for sure that I rarely practice, is lying. My friends and family members always tell me that "white" lies are okay to spare someones' feelings or pride. If I cannot tell them the truth, I keep quiet or give them a reply to a non-existing question. The problem is that I do not like keeping up with lies; it just seems very stressful. The rare instances when I have to lie, my conscience starts reminding me to "Practice what you preach" afterwards.
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I see myself as a person who lies intelligently. I am like the Big Bang Theory's Sheldon Cooper, in the episode where Leonard and him lie to Penny and Sheldon invents a massive story to back up his lie.
I can think up excuses and situations on a whim to help create a persuasive lie.
For that reason, I don't really get nervous, unless the lie is aimed towards someone that I would feel guilty about telling the lie to.
Just to be clear, I don't like to lie. I only do so when there is a lot at stake or it is to protect someone.