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I thought we would play a little game today. It’s a short week (for some people who were off on Monday) and while coming back to work or working through a holiday can be a bit of a drab; I wanted to get your week started off right with a little game.
We played this game at a friends birthday party recently and while I knew the game and had seen it on T.V. before. It was refreshing to get to know some pretty cool and interesting things about people you don’t know or either associate yourself with. The game is called:
If you don’t know how to play, let me explain quickly.
This will require you to think about yourself in a way that you wouldn’t normally think about, but you have to come up with three facts about yourself; except one will not be a fact, it’ll be the lie. Once you reveal your three things, then people have to guess out of the three, which one is FALSE.
So, to kick things off – I’ll start, you’ll have to guess which one is the lie. If you play, I’ll try to guess which one is the falsey for you. It’s a cool, fun game that will allow you to get to know me and I you.
Here are mine:
(Can you guess which one is not true for me?)
1. When I was in my early 20’s, I became a manager at McDonalds.
2. It was always a life long dream of mine to become a Nun.
3. I once tried out for a movie and got a part in it.
Please leave your answer in the comments and also leave your 2 truths and a lie and I’ll respond with which one I think is the Lie for you..
Are you Ready, Get Set! GOOOOOOOOOO!!!!
P.S. You don’t have to know people to guess – it’s more fun when you don’t know people, that’s what makes the game interesting.
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