Lying’s bad for you… honest
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.