Lying Is OK, And Hours Of Fun – Just Ask The Biz

My man The Biz is rapidly developing a tendency toward pathological lying (for his own amusement no less), so I thought he’d get a kick out of this article which absolves him from blame.

Small embellishments can have positive psychological effects, experts say.

That’s pretty good.

People who deceive themselves also tend to be happier than people who do not, some research suggests. There are social payoffs, too: Studies have shown that people who lie frequently are viewed as friendlier and more amiable than their more truthful counterparts.

That’s even better. As you were, Biz.

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