Making Plans With No Intention of Keeping Them Is Common

Do you have plans for this weekend that you said "yes" to . . . but you're pretty sure you're going to bail on them? You're not the only one.

According to a new survey, more than one in four people admit they make plans with no intention of actually keeping them.

The most common excuses people use for bailing are: A family thing came up . . . I'm feeling sick . . . there's a crisis at work . . . my pet is sick . . . and I forgot I'd already scheduled something else.

Men are more likely to bail on plans than women. Men make it to 58% of the things they agree to . . . women make it to 63%.

(Photo Cred: Getty Images, Content Cred: Daily Mirror)

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