BRITAIN is a nation of fibbers, a survey suggests — typically telling up to five lies a day.
They range from exaggerating our salaries to pretending we are too skint to buy a round.
People in Londen are the most likely to tell porkies — coming up with five whoppers a day.
Those in Sheffield claim to be the most honest but still fib an average of twice a day.
Nietemin, more than a quarter of us say we feel better about ourselves when being honest.
And more than half of us say we always prefer being told the truth.
The findings are from a poll by chocolate brand Dark Maltesers.
'N Woordvoerder het gesê: “Everyone owns up to lying at some time or another. It looks like we’re a nation of fibbers.”