Ming the clam, we hardly knew ye!
“I don’t want to go.”
Honesty is always the best policy. Well sometimes.
I don’t know how to put this nicely so I won’t.
That wasn’t even funny but I’m trying to flatter you.
I put my engagement on Facebook before I even called my parents.
I took 23 selfies before I posted this one.
“I got this opinion off CNN.com!”
Seriously, be honest.
Do you really say what you mean and mean what you say?
Love advice from people who know sex.
Sometimes honesty isn’t always the best policy.
Just another reason we should all be thankful for Twitter.
Honesty is always the best policy. But it doesn’t get you any extra marks.
Reporters at Readers Digest “lost” their wallets in cities around the world and kept track of how many were returned to them in each. The results might surprise you.
Honesty is the best policy. As long as you have a policy of alienating everyone you meet.
Only one out of ten Americans polled by Gallup rate the honesty and ethical standards of Congressional members as “very high” or “high,” ranking lawmakers just below advertising professionals and above only car salespeople on a list of twenty-two professions.
Truth in Photoshop. Some of these slogans needed to be co-opted by their respective products.
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