>To Tell the Truth — or not!

>Minnesota Matron (a kindred spirit in many, many ways) tagged me with a unique meme. This one has to do with the Seven Deadly Sins, but in a rather interesting fashion. Here’s how it works.

The meme is sinful: “Sometimes you can learn more about a person by what they don’t tell you. Sometimes you can learn a lot from the things they just make up. If you are tagged with this meme, lie to me. Then tag 7 other folks and hope they can lie.”

What is your biggest contribution to the world?
The Internet. Twitter and Plurk, mostly. You didn’t know I’d helped? I let Al Gore take the credit. He needed a boost on his resumer more than I did.

What do your coworkers have that you wish were yours?
Clothes. Designer suits, expensive pumps, all from major department stores, dry-clean only of course.

What did you eat last night?
Imported foods, pumped heavily with chemicals and hormones, all brought in from great distances and at great expense.

What really lights your fire?

Brett Favre in purple. Snort. Snicker…coffee out the nose…couldn’t do it. I couldn’t say that with a straight face!!

Name something you hoard and keep from others.
Plastic shopping bags.

What is the laziest thing you ever did?
Left the fireplace mantel undecorated for months. Oh, wait, that one’s true!

What really, really bugs you?
Memes. (rotflol)

This meme reminds me of Opposite Day, the game where kids will do and say the opposite of what’s true for as long as they can handle it. Even Spongebob has attempted Opposite Day!

I’m to tag seven other bloggers to complete the meme. Okay, folks, opposite time! I tag Michelle at Scribbit, Kristin from Going Country, Earth Muffin, Kristin at Halfway to Normal (she’s so sincere; this might be hard on her!), Flea (she may have already done this meme, but she’s so hilarious I can’t take a chance on missing her), and Jenn of Mommy Needs Coffee. Wait, that’s only six. Anyone else who hasn’t done it yet, take a chance!

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4 thoughts on “>To Tell the Truth — or not!

  1. >Why, thank you for thinking of me. I'm not really into memes, though. Besides, I feel I must follow George Washington's good example on this one: I cannot tell a lie.

    (Which is totally a lie, of course.)

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