Hello, beautiful! When is it okay to lie, in your opinion? Well, not on your taxes, that’s for sure. And it’s never a good idea to lie under oath.
But what about little white lies? Are they okay? What if the lie is for a good cause? For example, what if you are trying to keep a big secret from a very special someone?
While I do not encourage lying–especially lying to your significant other–sometimes, there are good reasons to do so. Let’s say, for example, that you’re planning a boudoir photoshoot. And let’s say that you want to give the boudoir album to someone special in your life.
And let’s say that you want to keep this boudoir photoshoot and album a surprise from that special someone. See where I am going with this? You might have to come up with a little white lie about where you’re going and what you’re doing. And why you’re coming home with your hair and makeup done. Am I right? Is there really anything wrong with that? No!
So, if you are unaccustomed to telling the occasional little white lie, here are some tiny fibs that you can use:
- If someone asks why you are packing up a bag full of lingerie, just say that you’re taking it to the dry cleaner. Lingerie requires special cleaning, right?
- If someone wants to know why you came home looking so fabulous today? Say that you went to the mall to return something and there was a booth there doing free makeovers. You decided to stop and check it out!
- Involve a third party in your little fib. For example, “My friend Krista needs a model for cosmetology school and I volunteered for a makeover.” Remember to tell Krista about this! You never know when this might come up in conversation and she needs to be in on the lie too.
- If you need to keep the boudoir album purchase a secret, consider using cash or a Visa gift card. Sneaky!
Does this sound like something you’d like to pull off? Would your partner be blown away by this surprise gift? Contact us and we will get you started!