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Two truths and a lie

Post by n00less cluebie » Fri Mar 22, 2013 11:25 am

WhirlPlaid wrote:This might be a fun game.... make up a lie, and also post a truth and have players guess which is which.
Guess which is the lie; correct guesser posts the next set. I'll get us rolling:

1) I toured the world with my singing group, including singing for the then King and Queen of Nepal

2) I work on the side doing Voice-Overs for local auto dealerships.

3) I once had a three-way with my girlfriend and her secret girl-crush.

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Post by Llama LluxaLlot » Fri Mar 22, 2013 11:37 am

(Drum roll AND eye roll here)

3. Is the Lie. Your mental sex life and your real sex life are widely divergent. As are the sex lives of most of us....except for Deez Nuts.

Wow on Napal though.

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Post by WhirlPlaid » Fri Mar 22, 2013 11:46 am

Llama mama is correct. But signing for the king and queen is pretty badass... how long ago? What type of music? What type of ensemble?

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Post by n00less cluebie » Fri Mar 22, 2013 1:10 pm

Incorrect. Guess again :gah

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Post by hoodie » Fri Mar 22, 2013 1:15 pm

number 2 is the lie!

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Post by n00less cluebie » Fri Mar 22, 2013 1:18 pm

hoodie wrote:number 2 is the lie!
Correct! Much as I've thought about it I've never done any PROFESSIONAL voice-over work. You're up Hoodster

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Post by hoodie » Mon Mar 25, 2013 11:35 am

1. I sang the National Anthem for a Lakers game (and got a high five from Shaquille O'Neal)
2. I have taught baby penguins to swim
3. I played in the 2000 Rose Bowl

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Post by Schroberts » Mon Mar 25, 2013 12:24 pm

I'm going to guess that #3 is the lie.

And I really want to know about teaching baby penguins to swim!!

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Post by hoodie » Mon Mar 25, 2013 12:31 pm

I played a sousaphone with the Stanford Band, we're a non-traditional scatter band. We had a wonderful time even though we lost to Wisconsin (Ron Dayne was a BEAST). Had a ton of fun and one of my favorite memories was jamming out on the field after the game. We played a 20 minute version of 'Beginnings' by Chicago, which is always one of my favorites.

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Post by Schroberts » Mon Mar 25, 2013 12:48 pm

Ok, that's misleading! :P

I probably woulda believed you played in the band!

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Post by hoodie » Mon Mar 25, 2013 12:54 pm

should I have said that I played in a rock band that performed for crowds of over 80,000? :P

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Post by n00less cluebie » Mon Mar 25, 2013 12:56 pm

WhirlPlaid wrote:Llama mama is correct. But signing for the king and queen is pretty badass... how long ago? What type of music? What type of ensemble?
FYI I sang with the Yale Whiffenpoofs of 1994. We also sang for the Clinton's White House Christmas party among other gigs. Ah the memories.

As for Hoodie Im going to guess #1 is the lie as Hoodie is NOWHERE near tall enough to get a "high five" from Shaq....

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Post by hoodie » Mon Mar 25, 2013 1:08 pm

I sang with the Stanford Mendicants from 1995-1999, and when we did a Texas/New Orleans tour, we sang the Star Spangled Banner.... for the San Antonio Spurs, and I got a high five from David Robinson. #1 was a close to the truth absolute lie.

As for the penguins, I used to date someone who had worked at the San Francisco Zoo. One day we were visiting some friends there and they had us come to a closed off area where they started handing us baby penguins and said "throw". At first you only throw them out a few feet because you're throwing baby penguins. After a little more urging, you start lobbing them out about 10 yards, they swim back, and you pick em up and send em out. There were about 20 of them, it was absolutely adorable and hilarious.

On a side note, around that time the penguins at the SF zoo were joined by two confused penguins from the Cleveland zoo, who started swimming in circles around the ice island they lived on. All the other penguins saw this, and they started swimming, too. The two new penguins led everyone else on a circular months long migration.

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Post by n00less cluebie » Mon Mar 25, 2013 1:25 pm

For you would-be penguin trainers:

http://armorgames.com/play/3789/learn-to-fly
http://armorgames.com/play/11967/learn-to-fly-2

I STILL don't see how David Robinson could have done anything but a LOW-five to you, but w/e

In any case, as I already went, I'm passing the buck for our next lie/truth to Schroberts

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Re: Two truths and a lie

Post by Big Will E Style » Mon Mar 25, 2013 1:42 pm

n00less cluebie wrote:
WhirlPlaid wrote:This might be a fun game.... make up a lie, and also post a truth and have players guess which is which.
Guess which is the lie; correct guesser posts the next set. I'll get us rolling:

1) I toured the world with my singing group, including singing for the then King and Queen of Nepal

2) I work on the side doing Voice-Overs for local auto dealerships.

3) I once had a three-way with my girlfriend and her secret girl-crush.

YOU HAD A 3-WAY????

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Post by Schroberts » Mon Mar 25, 2013 2:22 pm

Big Will E Style wrote:
n00less cluebie wrote: Guess which is the lie; correct guesser posts the next set. I'll get us rolling:

1) I toured the world with my singing group, including singing for the then King and Queen of Nepal

2) I work on the side doing Voice-Overs for local auto dealerships.

3) I once had a three-way with my girlfriend and her secret girl-crush.

YOU HAD A 3-WAY????
Is a 3-way really a 3-way if a clown is involved?

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Post by The Silken Knot » Mon Mar 25, 2013 2:31 pm

I think he means a conference call. :shock:

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Post by n00less cluebie » Mon Mar 25, 2013 2:36 pm

Let's just put it this way. The relationship didn't last because I loved my girlfriend but so did she.

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Post by Schroberts » Mon Mar 25, 2013 2:38 pm

n00less cluebie wrote:In any case, as I already went, I'm passing the buck for our next lie/truth to Schroberts
Ok, but I suspect you're passing this along to me because you only want me to mention myself being involved in a 3-way. ;p
Two truths and a lie:

1. By the time I was 5 years old, I had visited every state in America.

2. When I was in college, one of my favorite weekend activities was "Jeep Surfing," i.e. riding on the hood of a friend's Jeep Wrangler like a surf board while he drove around town at 2am. Safety first, kids!

3. I once had to be air lifted out of the middle of the desert by a rescue helicopter, in true Rescue 911 fashion. (Anyone else remember that show? I now have the theme song in my head.)

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Post by Big Will E Style » Mon Mar 25, 2013 2:54 pm

n00less cluebie wrote:Let's just put it this way. The relationship didn't last because I loved my girlfriend but so did she.
Lesbiahonest. You turned your girlfriend gay.

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Post by Big Will E Style » Mon Mar 25, 2013 2:56 pm

Schroberts wrote:
n00less cluebie wrote:In any case, as I already went, I'm passing the buck for our next lie/truth to Schroberts
Ok, but I suspect you're passing this along to me because you only want me to mention myself being involved in a 3-way. ;p
Two truths and a lie:

1. By the time I was 5 years old, I had visited every state in America.

2. When I was in college, one of my favorite weekend activities was "Jeep Surfing," i.e. riding on the hood of a friend's Jeep Wrangler like a surf board while he drove around town at 2am. Safety first, kids!

3. I once had to be air lifted out of the middle of the desert by a rescue helicopter, in true Rescue 911 fashion. (Anyone else remember that show? I now have the theme song in my head.)
I'm gonna say false on #2...who does that??????

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Post by Schroberts » Mon Mar 25, 2013 3:23 pm

Who does that???

I did that. College was fun. And stupid. :)

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Post by Big Will E Style » Mon Mar 25, 2013 3:56 pm

I'd prefer the 3-way over possibly being paralyzed...but that's me.

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Post by hoodie » Mon Mar 25, 2013 4:02 pm

I think you're trying to downplay #1 and convince us on #3.... so I say #3 is the lie.

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Post by Drifter » Mon Mar 25, 2013 4:05 pm

I'm gonna say #1 is a lie. Cause if you'll Jeep surf, a helio EVAC is only a matter of time...

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Post by Schroberts » Mon Mar 25, 2013 4:24 pm

Ding ding ding! We have a winner!

#1 was the lie. Drifter is wise in many ways. #1 is a lie, but somewhat based on the truth. When I was young, I spent my school vacations traveling around the country with my grandparents in their RV, so by the age of 10 I had been to every state, except hawaii of course, because you can't drive there in an RV.

#3 is absolutely true. When I was 15 years old, I was stranded in the desert in southern California with my little brother and mom, and her boyfriend's jeep broke down while we were on a long off-road trip. It was the middle of July and about 115ºF, and a rescue helicopter eventually had to be sent to rescue us. I actually thought it was a pretty fun adventure when I was that age!


Drifter... you're up! ;)

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Post by n00less cluebie » Mon Mar 25, 2013 4:49 pm

Schroberts wrote: except hawaii of course, because you can't drive there in an RV
You didn't try hard enough....

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Post by Rhye » Mon Mar 25, 2013 5:52 pm

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Schroberts RV.

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Post by hoodie » Mon Mar 25, 2013 9:39 pm

I think I've ridden in her RV :shock:

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Post by Drifter » Tue Mar 26, 2013 12:42 am

Schroberts wrote:Drifter... you're up! ;)
Alright, let's see...

1. During a photo shoot I once stood at the very top of the Luxor Casino and got to lean out one of the clear glass windows at the top, the part where the lights shine up into the sky (during the day of course).

2. When I lived in Los Angeles, I made out with Drew Barrymore backstage during a concert. It mighta gone further if her friend hadn't a got all pissy cause she was empty handed.

3. While driving north to Prudhoe Bay on the Dalton Highway in Alaska, we stopped for a break. I walked a lil too far away to relieve my bladder and a wolf aggressively approached me, but I managed to scare him off with a warning shot.

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