April 29, 2004





Is it better to be a liar than to be honest?

No, I really hate liars. Don't truat them and don't beleive a word they say.

KarenNJ, 45
Milltown, NJ USA

If you enjoy respect, tell the truth. If you like being disdained, lie away.

Jill, 61
Saylorsburg, PA USA

nope, not at all! The opposite in fact!

Keri-Jade, 23
Brampton, Ontario CANADA

They both have their advantages and disadvantages. Creative honesty, or
tactfulness, is a good skill to have.

Alias Irrelevante

No, honesty works better in the long run.

Jane, 63
West Linn, OR USA

Huh? It's better to be honest. Am I missing something with this question?

Laura, 39
Lowell, MA USA

Not in theory.

Aly, 17
Cardiff UK

I can not remember anymore. It's easier to be honest. I do not have to keep things straight.

Janet, 46
E. Brunswick, NJ USA

Better to be honest. I mean, not honest to the point of hurting someone's feelings, but general honesty is a good thing.



Ryan, 29
Riedlingen GERMANY

I wouldn't teach children that this is so.

Felicia, 38
Lowell, MA USA

Not last I checked.

Karen, 23
Ames, IA USA

It's better to be honest. It's the morally right thing and you can't be caught contradicting yourself.

Cathie, 54
Novi, MI USA

Since I, in all due humility, am honest, I will have to disqualify myself from answering this question/

Frodo, 32
The Shire

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