is trying to turn me into a compulsive liar. Mwahaha. Here we go.Once you've been tagged, you have to write a blog entry with five complete lies about yourself. That is, five things about you that are completely not true. Not even slightly. THEN hide in the entry a 6th line, something that is absolutely TRUE and the first person to guess which one is true wins :) Then tag up to five people you want to turn into compulsive liars too.
Okay, a few of these have an element of truth in them, but others... Let's see how you do.
Which statement is TRUE?
My first attempt at a novel was about a girl who wanted more than anything to be a fairy. She finally discovered her inner talent as a fairy through a magical book. Unfortunately, I abandoned this novel after two chapters.
I kept my hair long for years, even though my family hated it. They insisted that short hair would be easier to take care of, but I fought back in keeping long hair. I finally compromised in high school with my short hair/long hair cycle.
I thought about writing my college application essay about NaNoWriMo, but abandoned that idea in favour of something more original and even more me. After all, who would want to hear about how I wrote half my first novel in five days?
I took the SAT in seventh grade as part of the Duke TIP Talent Search and was extremely disappointed to see that I scored not even 300 points higher when I took it again in high school.
I used to be a dancer; in fact, I was planning to go to a special dance school at the age of nine. Then I broke my right leg and had complications in the healing. My legs are fine now; they're just not suited for professional dancing.
When I was nine, I rescued a baby bird whose mother had been killed by the dog next door from Grandmother's backyard. I took care of it until it could fly on its own.
There we go. I don't believe in tagging. Do it if you want. In about a week, I'll tell you which one is right (behind a cut, of course).
I'll have real content up... oh, sometime.