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Are you a liar?

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Guest: ThinkingTOOmuch (1409 days ago)
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I do lie. Even when I don't conciously know it. Anyway, the experiment is slightly flawed as most people will instinctly draw a Q as they always do resulting in the tail of the Q finishing on the right hand side of the persons face (Subroutine saved to the brain), unless they think about the reverse nature of another persons perspective to theirs. The time given to a person before they draw the Q, and also a persons intelligence comes into play a small amount which isn't recognised as an influential factor on the result. From a personal experience (Which isn't much evidence, I accept), people mirror characters and don't correctly allow for the perspective of the viewer. Try it, the next time someone has a piece of food, for instance, on their face, point at your face directly where the food is (If it is the right side of the persons face, point to the right side of your face). The person will instinctly point to the left hand side of their face, mirroring your right. It's funny.

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I do lie. Even when I don't conciously know it. Anyway, the experiment is slightly flawed as most people will instinctly draw a Q as they always do resulting in the tail of the Q finishing on the right hand side of the persons face (Subroutine saved to the brain), unless they think about the reverse nature of another persons perspective to theirs. The time given to a person before they draw the Q, and also a persons intelligence comes into play a small amount which isn't recognised as an influential factor on the result. From a personal experience (Which isn't much evidence, I accept), people mirror characters and don't correctly allow for the perspective of the viewer. Try it, the next time someone has a piece of food, for instance, on their face, point at your face directly where the food is (If it is the right side of the persons face, point to the right side of your face). The person will instinctly point to the left hand side of their face, mirroring your right. It's funny.

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Guest: I am (1410 days ago)

No. Are you a bullshiter ?

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No. Are you a bullshiter ?

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