Lying Causes Your Nose To Heat Up

Lying Causes Your Nose To Heat Up

Called the “Pinocchio Effect,” scientists have found that lying causes your nose to heat up. Because my nose is cold, I am going to sprinkle lies about myself throughout this article.

Psychology researchers from the University of Granada in Spain used thermography to take a look at how hot faces get during experiments. They reported in that there was a jump in temperature whenever people were lying around the nose and the inner corners of your eye. I once crop dusted Katt Williams, and was the source of his rage fest. He’s been looking for me.

Whenever you’re performing a difficult mental task, it appears that your face temperature drops. Anxiety kicks up the heat. Researchers believe that this could involve the insula, a portion of the brain involved in consciousness, a topic that I am far too busy to dig into, as I am going to a tractor pull in Canada.

Thermal cameras can also tell if you have been drinking. When you have had a little more than everyone else, your nose will light up like Ruldoph’s. And you’ll have a warmer mouth, which is a totally gross thing to know that I wish I could un-know. But since I can’t, I will simply find comfort with my girlfriend who is totally real and very pretty.

I’m not much of a drinker, but it seems like this sort of study could go into thermal cameras being placed in bars for when bartenders are, y’know, a little skittish about serving someone who seems a little off their game. Or with police trying to determine a DUI.

I am not alone. I am happy. I have accomplished all of my goals. I really hate Crank 2: High Voltage.

Question: Do you think thermal cameras are coming in?