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Emmanuel Kariuki says
Coercive yes. Ow...
Bob Bamberg says
Diana L Pierce says
Just to say something...
Dan Barfield says
"Incorrectly?" Ah, the assumptions contained in that little word! Liars make an ethical mistake, not a factual one. The key is that they are viewing language as a manipulative, not informative, tool.
When yes, or any other words are used to deceive, they are being used incorrectly. In this case, none of the words are used in their true meaning, they are manipulative, fictional. When a person is known for this, nobody believes anything they say.
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May just be a response to what others expect. For compliance sake.
Martin Kloess says
Yes. Situations vary. Situations dictate when to say yes.