2nd timed exam - We tend to not admit lying even though we...

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We tend to not admit lying even though we do admit conning, exaggerating, distorting the true facts, breaking the promises, preferring using somebody's work to our own work, using flowery words to gain benefits for ourselves, tricking someone into believing that somebody else 's just passed away or his house's got burnt without being complained about on April first and trick-and treating somebody to get free candies or putting on ghost's masks to scare him on Halloweens' holidays. The white lie involves telling untrue yet harmless things to avoid unnecessary conflict and hurting one’s feelings. For example, I remember once I received a birthday gift from my best friend and even though I did not like its style, I still accepted it with open arms and a broad smile on my face. "This is a very kute and pretty doll. Love it. Thank you very much" I said as if trying to comfort her. I believe that had I told her the bare truth that I did not like her gift, she must have been deeply hurt by my comment. Though to be
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