Because I’m all about the fun stuff…
Let’s play my favorite team-building game: Two Truths and a Lie…
This means we are going to post 2 (two) truths and 1 (one) lie about ourselves. and try to determine which is which about the person above us.
To eliminate confusion, please name the person above you that you are responding to, because I have “soooooo” much traffic, ha ha…but in case I actually do…. (just saying…) Soooo….you guess the lie about the person above you and then you post two truths and a lie about yourself…in no particular order.
Ok, I guess I get to go first…
- I know how to square dance.
- My name was given to me because my parents were hippies and I had it legally changed when I turned 18. (My birth certificate says Morning Star Cusimano.)
- I was called “Quasimodo” in one of my high school classes because it was easier to say than “Cusimano.”
Note to my sister: You can’t play first because you know the answers…
Have fun and I look forward to seeing your answers and lies…oh…and truths and stuff. 😉
Until Next Time…
Hmmm…. Two truths and a lie. LET’S GO!
I have never left the country.
I have gone inner tubing in a hailstorm.
I really like persimmons.
GUESS. *intent stare*
I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that the lie is that you never left the country…because tubing in a hailstorm sounds totally doable and persimmons are fairly delish. 😉 Am I close?
Exactly! Wow, I wasn’t expecting that to be so easy for you. And yes, persimmons are the best. A lot of people don’t like them, for whatever reason.
Generally people who do not like persimmons can’t ever really remember the names of them…just those smooshy reddish slimy fruits, LOL…Leaving the country was a coin toss, tho… 😉
I DO know how to square dance,
My given name was Julie Ann Cusimano (my mom LOVED Julie Andrews in “The Sound of Music” so Morning Star is a lie.
Our Psych teacher in high school actually DID call me Quasimodo, because Cusimano sounded similar.
To Cordelia’s Mom…I’m going to say that the lie is the ABC agency of the federal government?
Also…I learned how to square and round dance while in middle school in the Silicon Valley, California.
Julie – the lie is that you can square dance. The other two are just too “out there” not to be true.
Now my entries:
I was the prom queen in high school.
I once worked for an “alphabet” agency of the federal government.
I once referred to my home as the “Animal House.”
The truth is you can square dance. Am i right?
Well, she IS in North Carolina.
True that, Skwerl! So, when are the both of you sitting down over a bottle of Hell Hath No Fury wine? 😀
There has only been line dancing in NC. 😉
I’ve never done either! I figured I’d need chaps to dance like that, and they’re not in my wardrobe.
Nope…a good pair of tight jeans would totally work. 😉
That I can do! How about a cowboy hat?
I never EVER say no to a cowboy hat. Boots are good, too, LOL…but optional. 😉
I’ll have to remember that for a future tidbit post! 😀
Annnnnnd my mind went south. 😀 Thanks! (If it weren’t for the gutter, my mind would be homeless.)
Done! I’ll be searching for a cowboy hat on eBay. 😀