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Is Honesty Really the Best Policy?

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Ally Dillingham

on 6 March 2014

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Transcript of Is Honesty Really the Best Policy?

Not always a Good Thing
If your too honest you can be hated
you can hurt someones feelings
you wont be liked
no friends to trust
people will be mean back
An old proverb says honesty is the best policy. Sometimes, however, honesty might hurt a person's feelings.
Explain why you either agree or disagree with being honest at all times.

Use specific details and examples to convince others to support your position.
Type of Intro I Used
The hook I'm using is quotation.
2nd Body Paragraph
Being honest will gain others obedience.
having people to trust
being helped when needed
people will tell you things if you tell them to
My Intro Paragraph
"Honesty IS the best policy!" said every kindergarten teacher. Ever. Everyone was taught to be honest at some point in their life. Is honesty really the best policy? Of course being honest will gain someones trust and obedience. But being honest can also hurt someone. For example, if you don't like someone you wouldn't be honest and tell them. It would offend them. So is honesty really the best policy? Or is it just a hoax?
1st Body Paragraph
Being honest gains trust of others.
gain friends
told secrets
people trusted by others are more successful
you stay out of trouble
Is Honest the Best Policy?
Is Honesty Really the Best Policy?
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