This is a secret, and the method of telling it out will be invalid. It’s just that I can’t help showing off, anyway, you can’t think of it
It’s a secret, so I can’t tell you how I know, but I know that the method of telling it out will be invalid. It’s just that I can’t help showing off, anyway. You can’t think of it as a secret if you don’t know what it is. If you think about it, it’s not a secret at all. Anyway, the point is, I know something you don’t. And I’m not telling. So there.
I have a secret. I know how to tell if someone is lying. It’s a simple method, really, but it’s one that very few people know about. And the reason I’m sharing it with you now is because I just can’t help showing off. In any case, you probably won’t be able to use this method yourself, so there’s no harm in telling you. Here’s how it works: when somebody is lying, they will always touch their face. They might try to cover it up by scratching their nose or rubbing their eyes, but if you watch closely, you’ll see the tell-tale signs. So next time you’re in a conversation and you’re not sure if someone is being truthful, just keep an eye on their hands. And if you see them touch their face, you’ll know they’re lying.