Two Truths, One Lie

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The world of food has many mysteries, stereotypes, and unknowns…and the same could be said of me if you’ve just started following and reading this blog.

My good friend and blogger GiGi of GiGi Eats Celebrities has got a fun game going on that can help us get to know each other a little better.

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I am going to write three things that may or may not have happened in my life. You then guess which ONE of the three life events is FALSE.

Want to get in on the fun? Go to GiGi’s blog for the game’s button and share your two truths and one lie on your blog, website, social media account, wherever!

SO…Can you guess which of these is false about me?

1. Swam with sharks – May seem pretty scary but it was really quite liberating and fun. I was able to swim alongside, take photos, and even stroke the sharkies! I feel really bad when these animals get hunted down or hurt because of their bad reputation.

2. Said the “I Am Maximus” Gladiator speech in the Colosseum The Gladiator is one of my favorite movies so when I was in Rome and touring the Colosseum, how could I NOT say those lines inside! “My name is is Maximus Decimus Meridius, commander of the Armies of the North…” That whole thing gives me chills whenever I hear it. People may have stared but I didn’t care. It was GOLD. PURE GOLD. 

3. Hung out with Ryan Lochte – I envy how much this dude can eat. Girls may fawn over his body but him being able to eat thousands of calories – now that is sexy!

 

Leave your guesses in the comments below! You’ll find out next week what two items were true and which one was a lie. 

Sharareh

Sharareh Drury is an award-winning journalist in Chicago. She's a foodie and traveller, loves to tell stories, and is always hungry for adventure and a flavorful dish to go with it.

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    • Haha it is a lengthy script but I am obsessed with that movie! You’ll find out for sure next week if I broke it down at the Colosseum.

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