Early birds more likely to tell lies at night

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Early birds more likely to tell lies at night

HOUSTON, TX – According to a recent study called The Morality of Larks and Owls, ‘morning people’ are more likely to tell lies late at night. Oddly enough, night owls are more likely to tell lies early in the day when they would rather be sleeping.

Basically, people tend to be more dishonest when they aren’t in their preferred waking hours.

The study found morning people more likely to lie for cash or raffle tickets at night, and the same turned out to be true for night owls in the morning.

Looks like being out of your comfort zone can take its toll on morality.

By the sound of it, maybe if everyone was able to get the proper amount of sleep the world would be a more honest place!

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