This sentence starter, seemingly a habit for some, opens the door for all content after it to be put in question. Also, it makes what should be known sound self-serving, even if it has no relation to the subject.
For instance: “I’m not gonna lie, that bear could eat a Mini Cooper.”
Outlandish as that example is, I’m just not sure why you’d need to start out with that saying. Unless you’re a terrible liar, or a starting politician. Or something.
Let “I’m Not Gonna Lie” Die
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