53% of People Are Lying When They Give You This Compliment
Regina George is an iconic character for so many reasons, but one of the most fascinating things about her was her uncanny penchant for complimenting people’s clothing items when she actually hated them.
Why did she do that? What was the point? Was it her way of getting people to love her? Was is part of her psychotic personality?
More importantly, does anyone do that in real life?
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Well, according to a new study done by 888poker, 53% of people lie about liking someone else’s outfit.
They don’t go into detail about if someone is asked the person’s opinion before they lie or not, but either way, that’s a lot of people.
We have a feeling that the reason so many people lie about it is not because they’ve been asked, but because they realize that they’ve spent an awkward amount of time staring at someone’s ugly outfit/hair-do/shoes/etc, and they need to say something about it before they get called out.
It’s kind of like when you wear you don’t shower one morning and all your co-workers compliment your hair. For a second you may have been thinking that bedhead looks good on you, but now you know better.
Sorry for crushing your dreams!