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Lies may be expressed in a variety of ways as listed in the reading The Way We Lie Ericsson Pg 216-224 At times you can tell a lie without getting noticed but other times you can get caught in between a lie and what good is the truth when you could hurt the other persons feeling such as saying Man you dont look good today or Oh my gosh what are you wearing This isnt the 20th century there are always different ways people take in criticism either they take it positively and grow from that or they can think of it negatively bringing their self-esteem down and then even making them think that there outer appearance as well as inner isnt considered right Even though we dont seem to see their reaction to the truth or unfriendly reminder of something that was said to them those words may still mock them since it was about them The thing about a white lie is its just a small lie only meaning to boost up other people whereas when its not a white lie the lie is usually used to protect oneself in a situation Although white lies are said to never be told they at times can save relationships even giving good complicates to people to make them feel good about herself and and plus everyone lies why should you be looked down upon when others tell white lies as well For those with relationships either with their families friends andor married or just a couple we all seem to think that a white lie would damage and ruin a relationship which at times it could but it all depends on the white lie you deliver to the person or group of people When Jennifer Moses indicates in her article Did I remember to go to the dry cleaners Yes--but it was already closed Did I enjoy that delicious Chinese
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