April's blog topic is the game Truths and Lies!
Have you ever played it? You tell 3 true things about yourself and 1 lie, and the other players try to guess which is the lie. Obviously, you try to make it hard to guess. Come up with something really outlandish but TRUE, to throw people off the scent.
Let's play it! Share 3 true things and one lie relating to you and your diabetes experience, and let's see if we can guess which is which. It's a great time to dig into your funny, unbelievable, weird and ridiculous experiences! You can post them in the discussion below or in a blog (then post the link to your blog below).
I'll start us off in the discussion below...
Boy, they're all possible LOL. I hopefully vote for #3!
Sorry, not #3. It happened.
I hope you did something disgusting, like giving her the finger with your bloody finger LOL
I've actually DONE your #1, and I hope you have such good friends, so I'll guess 2 this time.
I am more cynical, I'm afraid I have to go with #4 being the fib.
Ooo, wish I had thought to do that. Too shocked to do anything but glare.
Glad to know someone has done #1. WTH, where's the blasted dial tone:)
#2 is correct!
OMG, #3 is so infuriating. Did you open up a can of whoop-butt? (Doesn't roll of the tongue very easily, but it's PG13!)
Hi all, I know I usually dont comment but this one got my curiousity up, and its a good way to get to know one another.
1.I wanted to be an air traffic controller and got through two interviews with no problem.When I was required to get a physical I came clean about my diabetes.
2.When I was a teen I took green socks off my feet and found my feet were tinged green, I cried for help screaming I had gangrene.
3.I got lost in an amusemnet park during a low and had no glucose, I drank a strangers soda that he left on a chair while he watched me in horror. He called me a pig and told me I had to pay him $3.50.
4.While doing taxes one year I became low and passed out in the preparers office. When I came to, I was surrounded by EMT's and police officers that wanted to know if I was a diabetic. I had been wearing a very noticable medic alert AND had a large container of glucose that had been taken out of my bag by the EMT's.
I don't know, but #2 & #3 are funny!
So which do you think is a fib?
# 2 is the fib I think.
#2 cracked me up because I did that once in real life with a "black" toenail. I was sure it was my melanoma coming back (and yes, that fear is only funny in retrospect) but I finally figured out that my new shoes had indelibly stained part of my big toenail black after the leather got wet in the rain.
It took weeks for that dye to wear off. In the meantime, I had a big black spot on my nail. Yow.