THE REAL REASONS PEOPLE TELL LIES ABOUT AN EMAIL THAT THEY HAVE NOT EVEN CREATED


“Hi there, so my email address is emmmm, mmm, what’s that email again, yeah, it is simply “joro@joro.joro.joro_ojoro.com”. LOL!

So, have you come across people that when you ask them for their email address, rather than tell you that they do not have an email, they outrightly cook up an email address that doesn’t exist. Like the example above and there are many more that are like that. Some emails actually look real, but then they do not exist, because the accounts have not been created by the person.

So, why do people lie about an email they have not created? it is simple

Low self esteem, intimidation, fear of being ridiculed, “I belong”, weakling
I really think this is very common with youths.

So, are you the one I am talking about? If yes, then you don’t need to do that anymore. If someone approaches you and demands to have your email addy, you don’t have to lie about it or cook up fake emaails; all you need do is just to say “Sorry, I have not created an account, but now that you have mentioned it, I would immediately do that, thanks.”. It is as simple as that.

So be strong and do the right thing.

If you truly feel shameful about not having one and you sincerely want to have, it is very simple. Just ask google, where you are sure to find all answers relating to earthly questions.
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Meanwhile, I am wondering the school where most of their students like to give people emails that do not exist, I have one school in mind sha…

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ARTICLE BY OGEFASH’S STYL MEDIA HOUSE. PLEASE, NO PLAGIARISM, AND IF YOU MUST LIFT, ACKNOWLEDGE.

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