On the show this morning, we talked about which of the three topics people lie about the most: Age, Weight or Salary. For Gwen--she said weight--age and salary don't matter much to her and the only time she might tell a fib about salary is if someone is trying to one-up her in a social setting or gathering. I also know that etiquette says you don't ask a lady her age so that hopefully doesn't come up much in conversation anyway, unless she's the one bringing it up.

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I think this could potentially be a divide between gender more than a person-to-person issue, because I don't think men care much about lying about their weight or age.... As much as the salary part when in group discussions or even trying to impress a lady (if that's even a thing--impressing a lady by telling her how much money you make always seems like a bad move to me plus any woman who'd be impressed with that knowledge is probably not someone you'd want to be with long term anyway).

I always have fun having people try to guess my age because I've been gray now for about 10 years and I think it makes me look older than I am--especially if I let the beard grow. I inherited that lovely trait from my mother, who was gray by the time she turned 40. Chime in in the comments and tell us what you lie about more below... We'd love to hear from you!

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