How much of a liar are you?

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    How much of a liar are yoU?



    http://www.queendom.com/tests/minitests/fx/liar.html




    Your score = 20






    What does your score mean?
    Abraham Lincoln would be proud of you - you are as honest as they come. Your answers showed that you are usually able to resist the temptation to tell boldface lies or even stretch the truth to serve your own purposes. You seem to recognize the importance of honesty not only in interpersonal relationships, but also as a sign of personal integrity. Shooting from the hip, you know, is not always easy. Lying, after all, can get you out of some tight spots and even help you get the things you desire most. But, for you, the "victory" would be hollow if you had to use low-down, sneaky tactics to get there. The people in your life surely appreciate your candor, as long as it is always handled with optimal tact. Way to go!
     
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    Your score = 20
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    What does your score mean?

    Abraham Lincoln would be proud of you - you are as honest as they come. Your answers showed that you are usually able to resist the temptation to tell boldface lies or even stretch the truth to serve your own purposes. You seem to recognize the importance of honesty not only in interpersonal relationships, but also as a sign of personal integrity. Shooting from the hip, you know, is not always easy. Lying, after all, can get you out of some tight spots and even help you get the things you desire most. But, for you, the "victory" would be hollow if you had to use low-down, sneaky tactics to get there. The people in your life surely appreciate your candor, as long as it is always handled with optimal tact. Way to go!
     
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    How much of a liar are you?

    Your score = 20


    What does your score mean?

    Abraham Lincoln would be proud of you - you are as honest as they come. Your answers showed that you are usually able to resist the temptation to tell boldface lies or even stretch the truth to serve your own purposes. You seem to recognize the importance of honesty not only in interpersonal relationships, but also as a sign of personal integrity. Shooting from the hip, you know, is not always easy. Lying, after all, can get you out of some tight spots and even help you get the things you desire most. But, for you, the "victory" would be hollow if you had to use low-down, sneaky tactics to get there. The people in your life surely appreciate your candor, as long as it is always handled with optimal tact. Way to go!
     
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    My score=10

    What does your score mean?
    Abraham Lincoln would be proud of you - you are as honest as they come. Your answers showed that you are usually able to resist the temptation to tell boldface lies or even stretch the truth to serve your own purposes. You seem to recognize the importance of honesty not only in interpersonal relationships, but also as a sign of personal integrity. Shooting from the hip, you know, is not always easy. Lying, after all, can get you out of some tight spots and even help you get the things you desire most. But, for you, the "victory" would be hollow if you had to use low-down, sneaky tactics to get there. The people in your life surely appreciate your candor, as long as it is always handled with optimal tact. Way to go!


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    20.

    Must be the hold your breath answer...

    I don't see that as dishonest, I see it as adventurous.
     
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    30....funy thing if you don't tell the lies the quetions ask you, you will hurt other people
     
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    How much of a liar are you?

    Your score = 80
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    What does your score mean?

    Liar, liar pants on fire! Your answers showed that you have a habit of using fibs, half-truths and boldface lies to get what you want, or in order to avoid facing the music for sneaky deeds. You likely learned at an early age, either through role models or from personal experience, that blurring the line between truth and fiction can be a powerful tool. Get in trouble for something, just deny it. Tell someone what they want to hear, and get what you want. You might even believe the old maxim "what they don't know won't hurt them", and employ it in your interactions with others. While anyone who claims they never lie is, well, a liar (just saying "I'm fine" when you're having a terrible day is, technically, dishonest), this is no excuse for the extent of your deceitfulness. Lying and omitting important truths is a dangerous game, and can seriously hinder relationships with others. Trust and true intimacy can only be achieved with open and truthful communication. Work on it and you'll see the benefits.


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    My reputation's gonna get ruined around here...


    Results of "The Test"
    How much of a liar are you?

    Your score = 50






    What does your score mean?
    Remember the boy who cried wolf? Along the same vein, Aesop once wrote, "A liar will not be believed, even when he speaks the truth." You're not a hard-core fibber, but you do give in to the temptation to blur the truth from time to time. You may convince yourself that it's only human and no real harm is done, but in reality you could be causing problems in your relationships. Once you're caught telling a falsehood, people will place less trust in your word. And, of course, there is the tendency even the most innocent of lies have to snowball and end up doing more damage than intended. Consider the consequences of your fabrications, and put some thought into changing your behavior. Since your score was in the middle, you're already halfway there.
     

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