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    London, England (CNN) -- Men lie the most and feel less guilty about it -- but women are the better liars, a British survey has found.
    The most common fib for men is denying that they've had too much to drink.
    For women? "Nothing's wrong; I'm fine."
    Both sexes direct most of the falsehoods at their poor moms.

    Top men's lies
    1. I didn't have much to drink
    2. Nothing's wrong, I'm fine
    3. I had no signal
    4. It wasn't that expensive
    5. I'm on my way
    6. I'm stuck in traffic
    7. Your bum doesn't look big in that
    8. Sorry, I missed your call
    9. You've lost weight
    10. It's just what I've always wanted

    "Lying may seem to be an unavoidable part of human nature but it's an important part of social interaction," said Katie Maggs, associate medical curator at the museum.
    "The jury is still out as to whether human quirks like lying are the result of our genes, evolution or our upbringing."
    Men mostly lie about drinking habits while women claim nothing is wrong, when in effect, something is wrong, Maggs said.
    Fifty-five percent of British people consider women better liars, according to the study.
    Top women's lies
    1. Nothing's wrong, I'm fine
    2. I don't know where it is
    3. It wasn't that expensive
    4. I didn't have much to drink
    5. I've got a headache
    6. It was in the sale
    7. I'm on my way
    8. Oh, I've had this ages
    9. No, I didn't throw it away
    10. It's just what I've always wanted

    Habari yenyewe iko hapa :SOURCE Men are bigger liars, according to British study - CNN.com