You can’t handle the truth, or can you? Question is can you even get the truth? Lie Detected can help!
Everybody lies, it’s a fact and that’s no lie! Most people can’t go a few minutes without telling a lie, even if it’s a small one, minor detail, whether to make a story more interesting, making themselves look better or simply for attention. Heck sometimes we lie without consciously thinking about it – it just slips right out of our mouthes!
Now with everyone lying as often as they do times the number of interactions you have per day – that’s a lot of lies floating around. Betty denies taking the last donut from the staff kitchen (although the powder sugar around her lips says otherwise!), Carl embellishes the size of the fish he caught last weekend, Joe talks about the size of his…bank account.
Sometimes we can tell when someone’s lying – it’s blatant and outlandish, sometimes we call someone on it, other times it’s so smooth that we have no idea or even a reason to suspect otherwise.
Most lies are meaningless, but others are whoppers that eat away at us day after day. Did he cheat, did she steal, does she really love me? Often we’ll ask a question we don’t even really want the answer to and it’s obvious so the other party lies. Some of us are GREAT at picking up on this, but not all the time. There are very few ‘walking lie detectors’ who can identify and interpret body language to a point of incredible accuracy. The truth can hurt and it can also have consequences.
It would be awesome to know when someone is telling the truth, especially in close relationships. It’d even be swell to have a ‘truth or dare’ get together party, hook your friends up to a polygraph and have a good chuckle.
There are so many applications and uses for getting to the truth, the problem is most people can’t afford a real polygraph machine or even a test. Often we don’t even know what questions to ask, in what sequence or how to micro analyze past statements to piece the puzzle together. It can take time, skill, honed perception and a little bit of finesse. But what if there was a portable lie detector and / or service geared towards the consumer market?