Let the record state that we do not condone lying to your husband or wife -- well, not really, anyway. But some fibs between spouses are so innocent and well-intentioned ("I love your vegan chili recipe!" "No, I would never watch an episode of 'House of Cards' without you!") that we feel pretty OK about letting them slide.
Below are 18 harmless lies that married Redditors and HuffPost readers tell their partners again and again. And don't judge -- you're probably guilty of some of these too.
2. "'Yes, I turned the heat up before coming to bed.' Pshhh, you kidding me? That utility bill ain't gonna pay itself."
3. "What, that old thing? Pff, I bought that like two years ago."
4. "OF COURSE, I'm waiting until you get home to watch the new episode of 'Walking Dead,' honey."
6. "I don't mind which side of the bed you sleep on. Now she sleeps on MY side."
7. "My parents were married for 43 years before my mom passed. When my dad's birthday came around the following year, both of my sisters made him a cherry pie -- his favorite. Mom made him one every year. He looked at each of us, and then smiled. 'I loved your mom with all my heart, but I never told her how much I hated cherry pies.'"
8. "That's not see-through."
10. "My wife and I have three children: two boys and a girl. Our oldest is named John. My wife must never know that I named our kid after Master Chief from 'Halo.'"
11. "About 35 years ago, my now-husband and I had to measure each other for a form we were filling in. We are exactly the same height, 5 feet 3 inches. I decided to give him a little ego boost and added an extra inch so he was taller than me. To this day he genuinely believes that is his correct height."
12. "That she's the most beautiful woman in the world. I mean, I know it's probably not true, but to me it is."
14. "That there's no spinach in his berry-banana smoothies."
15. "That I love 'Star Wars.' In reality, I love 'Star Trek.'"
16. "You know that rhyme, 'On top of spaghetti, all covered in cheese, I lost my poor meatball when somebody sneezed'? I've always told him that everyone I knew grew up singing, 'On top of spaghetti, all covered with sauce, I lost my poor meatball when somebody coughed.' It absolutely infuriates him and I keep insisting that that's the way everybody says it and he's weird."
17. "I don't snore."
**Some responses have been edited and condensed.