London, Mar 20 (ANI): While an average person tells four lies a day, a Brit man has vowed to live for a year without fibbing.
Cathal Morrow, from London, has pledged not to lie for a year.
A writer by profession, Morrow's pledge often leaves him with tricky question to answer.
Recalling one difficult moment, according to the Sun, he said: "Patti was trying on a dress and asked, 'Does my bum look big in this?' Studying it, I thought it did and said so. She wasn't pleased."
Morrow's biggest challenge was his four-year-old son Borja
"Once, Borja banged on the door when Patti and I were having impromptu sex in the bathroom," he said.
"He yelled: "What are you doing?" Although Patti told me to say I was on the loo, I couldn't bring myself to lie. I just said nothing," he added.
However, Morrow insists that after giving up lies, life is much less complex and has really improved his well-being. (ANI)