Different Types of Liars?

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There are four different types of liars. First, is the occasional liar, they only lie sometimes and when they do they feel guilty for the lies they told. Next, is the frequent liar, they lie constantly all the time but are very sloppy with their lies and don't care about covering their tracks. Third, is the smooth liar, they lie all the time but their body language and the way they lie makes others believe them. Finally, is the compulsive liar, they have an addiction to lying and they lie all the time even when telling the truth makes more sense.
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