Monthly Archives: November 2012

Do Men or Women Lie More Often?

Research has shown that a normal everyday person will lie on average 3 times for every 10 minutes of conversation. Bearing in mind, a lot of these lies are social ones, such as answering “I’m fine thanks” when the person … Continue reading

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Expression of the Day – 16 Nov 2012

What is Degout Sarkozy’s expression? Click on for the FACS Codes if you want to FACS code this expression. Post your thoughts in the comments below.

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Truth or Lie? Prime Minister John Key

In a version of truth or lie, do you think the NZ Prime Minister John Key did call David Beckham “Thick as pig shit”? What has you think yes or no?

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The First Time I Was Truly Deceived

I’m sure we all have our own stories from childhood as to when it happened – the day we stopped being innocent trusting children and we became wary of what people say – the day when we were first truly … Continue reading

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Expression of the Day – 12 Nov 2012

What is Prince Harry’s expression? Click on for the FACS Codes if you want to FACS code this expression. Post your thoughts in the comments below.

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Expression of the Day – 11 Nov 2012

What is this expression? Click on for the FACS Codes if you want to FACS code this expression. Post your thoughts in the comments below.

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Expression of the Day – 9 Nov 2012

What is this expression? Click on for the FACS Codes if you want to FACS code this expression. Post your thoughts in the comments below.

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Confirmation Bias? People Ignore Political Ads of Candidates They Oppose

A recent study examined people’s bodily responses while watching presidential campaign ads – and discovered another way that people avoid political information that challenges their beliefs. The results showed that participants react strongly to ads featuring their favoured candidate, but barely … Continue reading

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Dragon Baby

I’ve put this here as it’s a mixture of martial arts comedy and excellent use of facial expressions and body language to “talk” for the baby. Great video!

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Truth or Lie?

Do you think this guy is lying? Why do you think so? For further opinions, visit Humintell’s post on the subject here.

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