Sugar is the most honest kind of relationship. We tell each other exactly what we are willing to give, or give up, in order to form an arrangement that works for everyone. But are we really being completely honest in our pursuit of sugar? Whether it’s a little white lie about how old you really are or a lie about how much you’re actually worth; everybody has probably exaggerated or fibbed at least a little in order to get what they want.
But is that really okay? How many years shaved off your actual age before it becomes a deal-breaker? Does it really matter if he isn’t worth as much as he led on, if he can keep up with the allowance? Or is the difference between a size 2 and 4 too much to bear?
When you’re on the market, packaging is everything when it comes to success. But remember, that usually Halloween is the only time of year when you can pretend to be someone else and get away with it.
What is the biggest lie you ever told to get what you want?
When is a lie or misrepresentation not a deal-breaker?