According to the English adage "Fake it until you make it," one can acquire confidence, competence, and a positive outlook in real life by acting confidently and competently and working toward their goals.
Before 1973, the phrase first appears in print. A comparable expression is first spoken in the 1968 single "Fakin' It" by Simon & Garfunkel as well as on their Bookends album. Simon croons, "And I know I'm faking it, I'm not really making it," at that point.
Speaking of fake it till you make it, this guy posted a picture of a slice next to a combo of hungry lion, with chips , coslow , coldrink and meat acting as if it's real , this caused a lot of stir on social media, some claimed that it is the saddest thing they seen all week. Some even tagged hungry lion to come to the guy's rescue.
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