Being lenient with the truth over dates of employment tops the list of things candidates tell porkies
over - almost a third.
COLIN BELL'S transfer into the big time came about because Malcolm Allison used to tell porkies
about the skinny kid's ability.
"We can't say definitely but Bob always claimed he did draw for us, and why would he tell porkies
about something so easily disproved?" Monkhouse, who was also an actor and game show host, died aged 75 in 2003 after a battle with prostate cancer.
Doctors wouldn't tell porkies
or exaggerate anything that serious, would they?
But how sad that ageism is so rife in our society that women barely out of their 20s now feel the need to tell porkies
about their birthdays.
ALMOST five years ago, I published a website article entitled "Does the British Wind Energy Association tell porkies
Two, free prescriptions (long pause followed by) OK, so I'm 248 achievements light but we all tell porkies
Apparently a lot of churchwardens and vicars tell porkies
about their churches being locked.
Perhaps desperation drove the PM to tell porkies
. He'd handed his notice in to the Queen and polls suggest the country might not re-employ him.
I should have put it in a Post Office savings scheme - they don't tell porkies
We asked you if it was OK for Sean Adams to lie, and when would you tell porkies
Half of drivers polled by an insurance Setanta blamed the recession for forcing them to tell porkies
in a bid to save money.
Scientists have found that more blood is pumped into our nasal tissues when we tell porkies
, causing them to swell.
Annie, 53, of Shettleston, Glasgow, was even made to swear on the Countdown dictionary that she would never tell porkies
ANYONE who's planning to tell porkies
about what they really got up to after the office Christmas party, should take note tonight of Ruby's cunning plan for convincing her dad she's at home watching TV when in fact she's out losing her virginity to Juley Smith.