Can little white lies
about the ice-cream van lay the groundwork for more toxic lies in the future?
Little White Lie
and Darryll Holland win the 1m handicap yesterday: MARK CRANHAM
BBWE, now owned by Foster's, has positioned White Lie
as a wine tailored to women, from the girl-talk name to a promotion with chick-lit author Jennifer Weiner (Good in Bed, In Her Shoes).
The essence of the "great white lie
," after all, is the industry's denial that the odds even exist.
A white lie
could be the thing that is the catalyst for a deal falling over or termination of employment," she said.
Little White Lie
put up another brave fight when third under top weight on rain-softened ground at Newmarket earlier this month and could be worth another chance to defy a career-high handicap mark.
But I think the other 34% of parents surveyed might be telling their own little white lie
about telling white lies
The next category of white lie
that emerged in the poll included fibs told to avoid unpleasant or awkward truths.
But not before the newly married actress told one more white lie
, saying she was great at martial arts.
My time keeping definitely could be improved, so my last white lie
would almost certainly be some kind of elaborate reasoning for my late arrival at a meeting.
That admission made the 1947 story about a weather balloon a white lie
He said: "It was a white lie
in the heat of the moment.
It has all the classic ingredients with a believable situation which rapidly descends into a surreal pantomime as white lie
is piled on white lie
to hide a secret that had given up the ghost and surrendered long before the interval.
A quarter of the population admit they regularly use the little white lie
- usually after they hit the "ignore" button when their mobile rings.