Researchers found that at least one in four women exaggerated or distorted what they are doing on social media once a month. The survey of 2000 women found they mostly pretended to be out on the town, when in fact they are home alone, and embellished about an exotic holiday or their job.Another form of female dishonesty is the "See what a great time we're having" photo. It's Life as Performance Art. And how meaningful is it to declare "I love my life" when you're actually saying "I love my fantasy life"?
The most common reasons for women to write “fibs” included worrying their lives would seem “boring”, jealousy at seeing other people’s more exciting posts and wanting to impress their friends and acquaintances.... Almost one in five women even lied about their “relationship status”.
It's about as convincing as Jon Lovitz talking about his wife, Morgan Fairchild, who he has seen naked.