Pants On Fire: Types Of Men’s Lies We Often Fall For

July 15, 2019 17:00

Men are different and not all of them are equally decent. Women, especially enamored ones, love with their ears, so we're easily led into the romance stage where we fail to see the obvious.

Often, men tell us the same lies.

Here is a sort of a cheat sheet as to which men’s words you should pay extra attention to not to be deceived.

Men's lies we too often believe

1. I am only looking for a serious relationship

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It is commendable if this is in fact so, but men often don’t mean it when they say this kind of thing. They use this trick to let your guard down. At the beginning of a relationship, judge by deeds. They speak louder than any words.

2. The moment I saw you, I knew – you are the one I’ve been looking for all my life

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Another phrase from a pickup artist’s vocabulary. No doubt, you are a wonderful woman, but how did he manage to see this right away? Sometimes people live together for years and learn new things about each other every day. If he’s known you for a few days and already claims it is fate, take a closer look at him.

3. We will always be together

Too presumptuous, reckless, and sudden. How many ladies has he told that already? You can’t know what will happen tomorrow, and he throws such loud statements right and left after a couple of days of acquaintance? Hmm, sounds too good to be true.

4. All women before you don’t even come close to you

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The very fact he’s comparing you to another woman is already not pretty. Most likely, he is a plain old Casanova. Even if a wise and decent man makes a comparison in your favor, he will never say it aloud.

5. I want you to be the mother of my children

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Many women in a serious relationship dream of hearing these words. But you don’t even know each other! Perhaps this is one of the tricks to get in bed with you.

What other tricks do you think men use on us? Tell us in the comments!

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