Ly­ing’s bad for you… hon­est

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FOR­MER TOWIE babe Amy Childs, 21, was snapped read­ing the book on hol­i­day.

She said: “I was one of at least 10 women round the pool read­ing it.

“We all swapped notes and agreed we couldn’t put the book down. It’s a very dirty book and I ad­mit I found some of the sex scenes ex­treme.’’ RE­AL­ITY star Kerry Ka­tona, 31, says she hasn’t been able to put the books down since read­ing them as she re­cov­ered from her tummy tuck.

She said: “Oh I love Chris­tian Grey. I’d marry him.” GLAMOUR girl and ex Big Brother babe Imo­gen Thomas, 29, was snapped read­ing the book at her lo­cal swim­ming pool in Lon­don.

She tweeted: “Lov­ing and ad­dicted to 50 shades of grey: dom­i­nant or sub­mis­sive which one are you? ;-) xxx” YOUR mum was right – hon­esty is the best pol­icy be­cause it stops you go­ing bonkers or get­ting ill.

Ac­cord­ing a sur­vey car­ried out by pres­ti­gious Yank univer­sity Notre Dame, sub­jects who told three fewer lies over a 10-week pe­riod ex­pe­ri­enced four fewer men­tal or emo­tional health com­plaints and three fewer phys­i­cal prob­lems.

And those who cut out the porkies had bet­ter re­la­tion­ships and smoother so­cial in­ter­ac­tions too.

A to­tal of 110 peo­ple aged 18 to 71 took part in the study.

Pro­fes­sor Anita Kelly said: “We found that the par­tic­i­pants could pur­pose­fully and dra­mat­i­cally re­duce their ev­ery­day lies, and that in turn was as­so­ci­ated with sig­nif­i­cantly im­proved health.”

I READ on the news: “Woman Jailed Af­ter Killing Man With A Sin­gle Punch.” He ob­vi­ously wasn’t a big drinker.

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