The University of Massachusetts found that 60 percent of people can't go 10 minutes without lying. "Those people in the study who did lie actually told an average of 3 lies during their brief chat." They also found that men do not lie more than women or vice versa, but that men and women lie in different ways. "Women were more likely to lie to make the person they were talking to feel good, while men lied most often to make themselves look better," lead researcher Robert S. Feldman said. We can recall the childhood story of Pinocchio, it's a classic depiction and a warning of the results of what happens when we lie. In his case, his nose grew longer when he fibbed. For those of us not residing in a fable, there are always consequences to lying. This could include broken love relationships, losing jobs, losing friends and the horrible label of being known as a fabricator. Additionally, liars come with all sorts of dysfunction and they are not all alike. Nonetheless, here are 5 things that all liars do have in common with another.