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  1. Lies can be either naive (obvious, childish, or funny) or professional (disguised, plausible, or serious).

    Professional lies contain a lot of insignificant banal truth (95%) and a little bit of very significant toxic untruth (5%) – the result is as deadly as possible.

    The full forms of this aphorism are as follows:

    “The best / most toxic lie is a dosed, well-chosen MANIPULATED truth.”

    “The best / deadliest lie is the unsaid truth”

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