Though the premise is quite simple, when playing with children it's often necessary to break down the game with some helpful Dos and Don'ts.
- DO think of two things about you that are true.
- DO think of one thing that is a lie.
- DO make the lie seem like it could possibly be true.
- DON'T always put the lie last.
He continued, "And my lie is...."
I have since added a fifth helpful tip to the Dos and Don'ts of "Two Truths and a Lie."
And now....my lie is revealed!
- True! I am here to tell you that the Angola Prison Rodeo definitely earns its nickname as "The Wildest Show in the South."
- Yup! That was me, head lolling back, hooked up to an IV, in a nut-induced, Bourbon Street evening of fun.
- Sure enough! Just need to hit Hawaii, Nevada, Kansas, and Oregon to complete the set.
- Affirmative! Drove all night to snag some diamonds. Found none, but did stop along the way at Bill Clinton's boyhood home.
- Uh huh! Stewardesses, readdressed, bedwetter....right hand completely free for other tasks such as recording that sixth inning home run.
- Indeed! I saved the day! And didn't realize that bag in the back seat was so heavy or his shoulder so removable.
- Nope! Didn't meet Duff. That was actually borrowed from the life of my friend Elaine, but I enjoyed pretending it was me. And there went my brief moment.