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Can wearing masks improperly be a clue to someone’s dishonesty?   

#mask and dishonesty


Avyanna Dream Site Admin
@admin · Posted 06 Feb. 2021

A new study recently conducted in Israel found out that people not wearing their masks correctly could be a vastly visible clue to their level of honesty. What are your thoughts on this finding?


Bomb . Carpe Diem...
@bomb · Updated 07 Feb. 2021

No. I wouldn't link those two. Dishonesty requires some higher level break of trust to qualify to be called dishonesty. Wearing a mask improperly can be corrected, it is just a minor adjustment that should not be linked to someone's character. 


Ryan M
@RyanM · Posted 06 Feb. 2021

I don't know about dishonesty, but I would claim they're ignorant for not following the mask rules properly. It's also lazy and dangerous. 


Jessica Naz
@Jessicaa · Posted 16 Feb. 2021

Yeah! I think It's dishonesty to wear your mask improperly or on the chin or under your nose because It's increases the chance of spread of virus. I believe, such violators must be given a hefty fine by the police.


Debbie Katz Free Spirit
@debkatz78 · Posted 17 Feb. 2021

I don't think so, not at all. My mother lies all the time and she wears her mask right. I see a lot of people who don't wear their masks the right way, you know under the nose, but I think this has more to do with them wanting to not breathe their own breath in and out. I mean it can be pretty stinky after a while. 

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