Think you could spot a bluffer amongst the crowd? Our survey looks at some of the most common bluffers and some of the top bluffing signs to look out for in our daily lives. Bluffing is defined as art of impressing, deterring, or intimidating by a false display of confidence-it’s not lying. 75% of Brits identify fidgeting and lack of eye contact as tell-tale signs.
Women are twice as likely to bluff to their parents about what they’ve been up to than men. 8% of people said taxi drivers are least likely to bluff. Peple from the Midlands and Wales are the most genuine – over 25% say they never bluff. Londoners are most likely to bluff daily.
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