Our top excuses are “the traffic was bad”, “my alarm didn’t go off”, “I got lost” and “my train was delayed”
Half of us lie every day – with being late for work the main reason for fibbing.
Our top excuses are “the traffic was bad”, “my alarm didn’t go off”, “I got lost” and “my train was delayed”.
That’s right – you’re all no-good liars, every one of you! Or at least so says the company behind this particular tale:
But most of us lie to make other people feel better, a survey for Beefeater restaurants claims.
Why would Beefeater#s restaurant chain wish to insinuate you’re a liar? Well, they have a good excuse:
Whatever your excuse… There’s always time for a Beefeater!
The grill’s been on since 1974 and our passion for great British cooking is still going strong.
Every day should be a celebration and we’re on a mission to help you to find those little excuses in life to indulge in a treat and beef up your week!
So, what’s your #AnyExcuse ?
Because the beefeater chain of restaurants is running an advertising campaign based around excuses, we get a press release suggesting we’re a nation of liars.
I’d like to know what Jonathan Symcos of the Mirror has as his excuse for running a nonsense story like this. I wonder if there’s a hashtag for that one.