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I Cannot Tell A Lie

Posted by mcm0704 on June 30, 2009 |

I received the I Never Tell A Lie meme from Helen Ginger at her Straight From Hel blog. Here are the rules:

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 (one for each deadly sin) and hope they can lie.

Now it’s time for me to answer the questions, and since my mother always taught me my nose would grow if I lied — and it really doesn’t need to get any bigger — I will answer with the absolute truth.

Pride: What is your biggest contribution to the world?
My family. This is so important to me I can’t even think of anything funny to add.

Envy: What do your coworkers wish they had which is yours?
Coworkers? Nobody told me I had coworkers. Jeesh, and here I’ve been doing all the work myself. Well, okay, I’ll fess up. The cat helps sometimes.

Gluttony: What did you eat last night?
I ate a hobo sandwich with carrot sticks on the side. Good little girl that I am. Then I countered that with a bowl of chocolate almond ice cream.

Lust: What really lights your fire?
Chocolate.

Anger: What is the last thing that really pissed you off?
Other than government, politics, greed, celebrities, and stupid people. Nothing.

Greed: Name something you keep from others.
My chocolate.

Sloth: What’s the laziest thing you’ve ever done?
I sat for an hour at my daughters with nothing to clean. Seriously. My son-in-law cleaned the kitchen before we arrived for a visit. When my daughter asked why he didn’t leave it for me as I really love to stay busy, he said “I know, but I want to watch her twitch.”

I’m not sure I know seven people who might not shoot me for bothering them with this, so I will send the meme to Ginger Simpson and Terry O’Dell. I don’t think they own a gun.

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