3 ways to spot a liar

1. A liar uses confusing wording

Despite simple explanations, liars use complicated and intricate sentence structure, inserting excess words and insignificant but plausible-sounding details that help them inflate their deceit.

2. A liar’s explanations are as simple as possible

Liars normally explain everything in simple terms because their brain refuses to think of a complicated lie. Judgment or evaluation are complex things that are difficult to calculate.

3. Liars avoid mentioning themselves

When liars distort the truth, they tend to avoid talking about themselves. They speak or write about others, specifically in the third person, as if putting distance between themselves and their lies.

8 Comments Add yours

  1. josiesvoice says:

    It takes more effort to lie than to tell the truth.

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  2. orkidedatter says:

    You make me smile🦋
    Love from Norway🦋

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  3. Ramyani Bhattacharya says:

    It’s clever. Thank you. 😃

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  4. Jyo says:


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  5. Three great examples!

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  6. ahtisham ul-haq says:

    very nice

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  7. Emmanuel says:

    Amazing facts about sporting liars

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