Are you trying to say "lying?" If so, then some things I've heard are if the person won't look you in the eye or seems defiant, or if they look to the left. I don't know why the left, but supposedly that's a dead giveaway.
usually people laugh or not look at u in the eye, they change subjects or stutter and say ummm, they get sweaty...bt not all people are like that so dont say that all are lying when they show the symptoms..like u cn never look people in the eye...sad
The really good liars will look u straight in the eye and convince you of it...maybe scratch their neck or face....& want u to believe their lie before they part with you.--oh and call u 'baby' and 'honey' a lot. :)
1.) When they can not make eye contact with you. 2.) When they are explaining something and use the word umm then continue. 3.) When they are constantly moving their fingers around a lot. 4.) And if they stutter when speaking with their words not like they normally do. Hope Cookie's answer helped you Never_Lame...
if u know the person then it should be easy but a lot of time people twitch in a way that they only do when they are lying so ask them questions and watch for the twitch and that's how you figure out if they are lying or not.
Just look at them right in the eye, turn your head a little while still looking at them, and say "Are you sure??" kinda smiling, all while playing Gold On The Ceiling by Black Keys and wearing awesome aviator glasses. ;)
Unless a person is pathologically inclined to lie, there are a few telltale signs. First of all, when someone is lying, their eyes will briefly shift to the left. That is the imaginative side of the brain(so they are searching for a story line) 2nd: Most of their sentences will begin with a stutter or an uh. A third tell tale sign is answering your questions with a question. To buy time to think up a lie.
Their lips move! Okay, that's old~mnot funny! They say that they cannot look you in the eye, if they are lying. Unless you are talking to someone like me, who never looks anybody in the eyes, but that's rare.
If a person is lying, their eyes may become unfocused and shift back and forth as you are talking to them. They will also squirm a little, and if you pay close attention their tone of voice may become higher and their face will flush red.
you can tell if a person is lying when they dont look directly at you and look some where else.If they walk away from you or running away from you then that's also how you can tell a person is lying.If these people you think are lying to you and are nervous then they are lying
they will never look at you in the eye. unless they can. there voice sounds kind of different, like shaky and scared. and their facial expressions go blank, other times you may just get the feeling in your gut. that's how I know.
Start off by asking questions that you know the answer to and gradually get to the question you are really wanting to know the answer to. If there is a difference in the way they answer ... that is your first clue! If they become defensive is another clue. Also, if with their answer they begin with ..."Let me be clear"... you can always be prepared for a lie!!!
Hold their wrist in your fingers like you do when taking their pulse, have them look you in the eyes and force them to answer your question. Usually the taking their pulse breaks them down. They just can't tell the lie. They feel they have been caught, and most likely have. If they are telling the truth, they will never take their eyes from you or try to take their wrist from your hand. You can also take their pulse by putting your fingers on their throat and checking via the carotid artery. If you are just asking them without them knowing that you are trying to find out if they're lying, then many suggestions have already been taken. Looking to the left, stammering, using ummm a lot, asking another question without answering, etc.
If someones right eye moves (THEIR RIGHT) or it makes a movement, they are lying. Why? The brains right side it to come up with ideas. If their LEFT eye moves to the left or makes a movement, they are telling the truth because their memory is on the left side of their brain. Test it out with anyone and don't even tell em what you're doing. I guarantee it works.
my question to you is why are you worrying about the person lying? do you have reason to believe that the person is lying? i am not saying this to hurt your feelings it's just that i can be a very paranoid person and sometimes worry that people are lying to me. especially in a relationship. it's the trust thing i guess. i have to learn to trust or i will always be afraid. if the person has not given you any reason to believe they are lying then try not to worry. and i hope that i will be able to trust more if there is no lie where i think there is one