"The greatest enemy of any of our truths, many be the rest of our truths."
Weekend Assignment#181: Present three facts about yourself. Have two of them be true. Have one of them be false. Encourage people to guess which one is the false one. When do you reveal the false one? On Monday. In a new entry (I'll be linking to your original post). You'll get two visits for the price of one!
Extra Credit: Have you lied about something today (aside from the Weekend Assignment)? You don't have to say what the lie was. Just whether you've lied today. Little white lies count.
-John Scalzi (By The Way)
Jeepers, I have been blogging over four years John, there may not be anything new to learn about me. Hmmmmm. Scratching my head...Oh... I know...
Two Truths And A Lie
1. I am the youngest of three children, and my spouse is also the youngest of 3.
2. My favorite bird is the pelican.
3. My eyes are green with little flecks of purple.
Alrightly then readers, have you been paying attention? Do you know which ones are true and which one is a lie? Guesses anyone? As John instructed, comeback here to Ellipsis on Monday, to read the reveal. :)
Extra Credit: Nope, I cannot tell a lie, I did no lying yesterday. :) Nope, not me!
"Every truth passes through three stages before it is recognized. In the first, it is ridiculed, in the second it is opposed, in the third it is regarded as self-evident.
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