to be (perfectly) honest
This page is about the conversational phrase to be (perfectly) honest
You can say this when you're telling someone what you really think, even if it might upset them.
- "Did you like my movie?"
"I was bored to tears, to be honest."
- "Why didn't you ask my sister to write it?"
"Well, to be perfectly honest, I don't think she's a very good writer."
Also "to be frank"
You can say "To be perfectly honest" if you're saying
Contributor: Matt Errey