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Never trust anyone after lunch! A Harvard study says that people are more likely to

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screw you over after lunch than during the morning hours.

They asked people in their study to solve a series of math problems (some impossible to answer) in the morning or afternoon.  They would be paid 5 cents per correct answer, and they could self report their scores.

Results:  Afternoon people were 20 to 50% more likely to cheat!

Conclusion:  We have more self-restraint in the morning because our energy reserves are higher.  Once the batters drain, we become less ethical.

So hit up that car dealership tomorrow MORNING!

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