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There's a significant difference between keeping a secret and lying, amirite?

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Kinda depends... A lie of omission is still a lie. If you are making an intentionally false statement by leaving something out that would lead the other person to in inaccurate conclusion, you're lying.

Ex:
bf: what'd you do today?
gf: went to the movies (with a guy who I made out with there)

@Frank_n_Furter Kinda depends... A lie of omission is still a lie. If you are making an intentionally false statement by leaving...

TheEpicFail, clearly what colebowl means is not telling the whole truth and therefore misleading someone by excluding an important fact, not something like "and I ate 3 bananas."

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@Frank_n_Furter Kinda depends... A lie of omission is still a lie. If you are making an intentionally false statement by leaving...

If you're purposefully misleading them by not telling them, you must have some sort of idea. Otherwise you wouldn't be not telling them on purpose, you just wouldn't be telling them.

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