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Lies men tell us
Do you ever suspect that your partner isnít telling you the truth? These are the most common lies men tell us...

Can you tell when heís hiding something from you?

Despite their good intentions, sometimes men just canít help themselves when it comes to keeping things from their partners. The funny thing is, the lies men often tell women are usually pretty similar.

So what are some of the more common lies?

Lie #1. They never think of their exes

Nope, they tell us that their exes are history and they never even cross their minds anymore. On the other hand, would you really want to know the truth in this particular instance? Probably not so weíll give them a pass on this one.

Lie #2. They like being around your girlfriends

While they probably donít mind your girlfriends, most men donít exactly find it entertaining to sit around with you and your gals while you discuss the merits of bikini waxes and debate the differences between the "Real Housewives" series.

Lie #3. They donít mind you wearing flannel or sweats to bed

Sure, theyíre comfortable and you wouldnít trade them for anything! But when your man says that he likes them too, though, you can bet that heís being slightly dishonest. Most men are privately picturing their women in something a lot less.

Lie #4. They love your family

Much like women, men have learned that they canít get between you and your mama. While they might support you when youíre angry at your parents, they would never come right out and tell you that they donít like them.

Lie #5. They think youíre right

You just had an argument with your sister, best friend, mother, or boss and you immediately run home and tell your partner. They listen, commiserate with you, and help you think of ways to avenge yourself that you will never really carry out.

Do you always think youíre right though? Probably not. Theyíll never tell you that, however. They donít want to start an argument of their own.

The good news is that most of the lies men often tell women are told with good intentions

As long as honesty is prevalent through the majority of the relationship and both partners feel comfortable being honest about the big and important things in their lives there usually isnít a huge cause for concern.

In fact, sometimes itís nice knowing that your partner will go out of their way (like a creative little lie about the size of your bum) to make you happy.

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