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i think we all agree that most lies have opportunistic causes and are said because the person making them up thinks they can gain something from not speaking the truth, or will be protecting themselves by pretending that reality isn’t the way it is.
but have you ever thought about how the root of so many lies (and exaggerations) can be found in the fact that the speaker is probably really, really scared that the person they’re talking to is actually not engaged in the conversation, not really dedicated to listening?
James and Lily on their first date and Lily can’t seem to understand why James gets pissed off when he sees a black stray dog sitting outside ‘The Three Broomsticks’ wagging his tail.
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