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  • Americans are lying to avoid going out
  • Americans are lying to avoid going out
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Americans are lying to avoid going out

The average American attends just four social events per month, and a new study has revealed that 80% are lying to get out of leaving the house. Is this simply the Game of Thrones effect, or is FOMO over, as we finally start finding the pleasure in missing out?

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