A Little Piece of Truth

So, yesterday, I was in a game playing mood and joined in on the blogging bandwagon for 5 truths and 1 lie about me. I can’t even tell you how fun this has been! Even M looked at me last night after reading and said “What???”.

To take yet another page out of Aussa’s playbook, I’m going to drag it on for just one more post with the final reveal on Wednesday. My hopes in pushing it out a bit, is to give everyone a chance to play along given that this weekend has been full of holiday time, family time and many other things un-blog related. :-)

To refresh your memory, here is the bit from yesterday:

Have you ever played the game 5 truths and 1 lie? I bet you have, but just in case, all you have to do is guess which one of these 6 things about me is a lie.

*****Please, if you happen to know me and know the answer, don’t ruin it for everyone. Just comment with your vote, but don’t reveal that you know it’s the right one :-)

Here we go!

  1. My senior year of high school I had 33 hours of detention from skipping class.
  2. I dated my driver’s education teacher and still can’t parallel park.
  3. I’ve had brain surgery.
  4. I’ve never put my foot into a pair of high heels.
  5. I’ve had a gun pointed at me on two separate occasions.
  6. I have 13 tattoos with plans for more.

And here are two truths:

First of all, if you have read my personal about me section, you would know that #3 is in fact true; not that anyone has thought it wasn’t yet! This actually surprised me because when that somehow comes up in everyday life, people are usually shocked that I have had brain surgery! But, maybe you guys did some detective work before answering. ;-)

I couldn't miss a chance to throw out a Breakfast Club reference!

I couldn’t miss a chance to throw out a Breakfast Club reference!

And secondly, the other one that no one has guessed yet, #1 is also true. You guys just know I’m a rebel! ;-) I was a straight A, honor roll, Who’s Who, National Honor Society, student who hated school and cut class regularly! However, I also had an innocent face that came with a maturity teachers couldn’t help but like. The principal did assign me 33 hours of detention….but I only completed somewhere between 4-10! My health class teacher (a young guy), let me slide with grading papers for him a few days a week during lunch time. Yep. I had the sweet “I’ve never been in trouble before” look and it helped me countless times.

So, I hope those who haven’t had a chance will place their vote and see if they can guess the lie! So far, the majority is pretty confident that me never wearing heels is the winner….but what do YOU think?

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16 Responses to A Little Piece of Truth

  1. Barbara Kerr says:

    never wearing heels works for me

  2. Katrin says:

    I am still thinking #4 is the lie. :) So exciting!

  3. Hannah Teej says:

    Oh yeah! I think my choice still leaves me in the running.

  4. Aussa Lorens says:

    Aha! Dragging it out, I love it. I’m not the least bit surprised about #1 though I am impressed that you still managed to be an honor student and all that. I had terrible attendance but that also reflected in my desire to do homework (I had none) and thus my grades (who needs to do homework when you can ace the final and get a shiny C?!). I can’t wait for the reveal!

    • Haha! It really boils down to me having such little patience. I hate to be lectured to and I’d rather just be given an assignment with instructions and sent on my way. Lol I’ve always been like that. And seriously, if you could ave it with a C and not study then why not? :-)

      I’m getting a little excited for the reveal too.

  5. Erika says:

    I was going to choose heels… or the tattoos. I’m excited to find out — but boy, these are juicy! :)

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