The Most Popular Lie We Tell Our Friends
Jan. 10, 2013
By Christopher Hudspeth
It can come in a variety of phrases. I’m right down the street. Just give me a few minutes. I’m literally getting in the car RIGHT NOW (as you hastily put on pants and shoes INSIDE of your house). Whatever words you choose to combine when making a fabrication, everyone is guilty of giving estimates that they know damn well they won’t be making good on. Generally speaking, things go down like this:
1. Plans were made at a specific time. Let’s say 9 PM. You’re picking someone up. Someone’s picking you up. You’re meeting someone somewhere. Whatever the case may be, there’s a scheduled get-together, and you have plenty of time to prepare in advance.
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This is a straight case of “hurry-up and wait…”
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