Have you ever lied a friend that he/she is looking good when you thought he /she didn’t?
yes, that's what friends are supposed to do. unless it's like an outfit or something that can be changed.
If my friend were looking particularly bad, I wouldn't express anything about his or her looks unless asked OR unless an illness was extremely obvious.
If asked, I'd find something to compliment him/her on.
I don't offer up compliments on looks unless someone has obviously went to great lengths to look great -- such as wearing a new suit or outfit or sporting a new hairstyle... or the person is my husband or child.
by Neha Sadana 6 years ago
Is looking good important if you act badly?
by Charlu 5 years ago
Have you ever lied to get out of doing something and got caught? What was it and who caught you?Would it have been easier just to have done it and gotten it over with?
by JP Carlos 7 years ago
Have you ever lied to your spouse or partner?
by lannm 6 years ago
Have you ever lied to your best friend to get out of a committment? If so what was was the lie.
by sadmathenik 5 years ago
My boyfriend lied to me about where he was. He told me he was with a friend, instead he was with...his other "friend" who is a complete idiot and has no respect for anyone but himself. My boyfriend knows this. How to deal with him? Help!?!
by Stacie L 7 years ago
Would You EVER Let Your Guy Pick Out Your Clothes? I Did, for a Week!After reading a Shine post that featured husbands picking out an outfit for their wives, we got to thinking. Sure, a guy could probably pick out a decent outfit from a pre-screened selection of clothes once, but could he do it...
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