It’s Like a Party Game Icebreaker Without the Party. Or the Ice.

I meant to post this on Monday morning, because I firmly believe that nothing too strenuous should happen on a Monday.

Unfortunately, my Monday consisted of staying awake for 36 hours (okay, Poor Kyle stayed awake; I totally snoozed, but it was not restful in the least) in the Ford FWhatever50 as we drove from cold to slightly less cold to HALLELUJAH THIS PLACE IS A CHRISTMAS MIRACLE.  As a result of our voyage through the perilous snow and ice from Canada to Arizona, and also as a result of never purchasing myself an iPhone, I had no internet access and consequently no way to post yesterday.

So sorry.

But here’s an idea: Let’s still do nothing difficult today!  Even though Monday is a thing of the past, I feel like we should carry on and play my game anyway.  It’s called “Two Lies and a Truth,” and for a girl like me who enjoys a good exaggeration every now and then always, it was surprisingly difficult to formulate.  It goes like this: Pick the thing you think is true.  Leave a comment and let me know!  If it’s blatantly obvious, make up your own lies for me.  Or join in the fun and think of your own lies/truths about yourself, and I’ll play along.

So with no further ado…

Two Lies and a Truth: a game

1)  I have a very real fear of being stabbed, particularly by a switchblade.

2)  When I lived in Belgium a few years ago, I was treated to a fancy dinner and was requested to eat caviar…of snail.  The entire meal cost my employer nearly 100 Euros.

3)  At the age of eight, my best friend was a rock I named Leopold IV.  He understood me.

Best of luck, and swing by tomorrow for a weekend update.

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14 Responses to It’s Like a Party Game Icebreaker Without the Party. Or the Ice.

  1. HeatherPride says:

    It surely has to be the snail caviar? The lie, I mean.

  2. HeatherPride says:

    Oh wait. I didn’t understand the rules. I have to play again. I’m going to say the truth is the fear of being stabbed?

  3. whitney says:

    I Think its true you have a fear of being stabbed.

  4. Geneva says:

    I think number one is a lie. I’m making a new one for my kids this semester so I’ll post it in a couple weeks.

  5. WhoNose? says:

    1 and 3 are true. Two.Not so much.
    Your turn

    When I was in Paris, I went to the Louvre by myself.
    I once ran into a parked car.
    I’m deathly afraid of heights.

  6. Joel says:

    I think that number 3 would be the truthful statement.

  7. anonymous says:

    hmmm… i think number 1 is true

  8. Tom says:

    I think your fear of being stabbed is real.
    Tom

  9. Holly Decker says:

    well arent YOU tricky.
    i always try to play these games with Jeff when driving somewhere… and he tells me they are stupid pointless games and i get mad at him.

    ANYWAYS…
    i guess number 1. stabbed.

  10. Aimee says:

    I think #3 speaks the truth – and I thought that before I read Joel’s comment, for the record.

    I think these games are fun!! Can’t wait to hear your AZ updates.

  11. Jami says:

    I really don’t know…but I am going to guess that #2 is true!

  12. anon10 says:

    Okay, I am just gonna wing it and make a wild guess… cuz I have no idea!
    umm… numbers 1 and 2 are true?

  13. anon10 says:

    ohh never mind there is only one truth, I think 1 is true.

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