Two in five of us admit to telling lies online, a report claims today. But while men stretch the truth about their career and fitness, women fib about their appearance and love life. Those who admit they lie online do so on average twice a week – with men telling fibs three times more often than women. The survey of 2,000 Britons by insurance firm Privilege found that 42 per admit to telling lies on social media, discussion forums and dating, job, and review sites. One in six has set up a fake profile online, mostly so they can ‘troll’ others by posting negative comments anonymously, while 17 per cent have used social media to make an ex jealous. One in seven admits to creating a false impression of relationships through posts and pictures that do not accurately reflect it. A third of those who use dating websites admit to lying. The most common dating profile fibs are about their hobbies, weight and height. More than a quarter of women who admit to lying confess to using filters to enhance photographs of themselves. Other popular social media fakery includes posting exercise photos when they’re not in the gym (13 per […]
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