Let Me Ask You a Question – 5/4/18

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Let me ask you a question:

What ridiculous thing has someone tricked you into doing or believing?

40 thoughts on “Let Me Ask You a Question – 5/4/18

  1. It was my dad when I was 7 years old. I loved watching birds in our backyard and tried to get close to them so I could touch them. My dad told me that if I put salt on their tails, I could catch them. So, I ran around with a box of salt. I gave up. It was not until I was around 20 yrs old when I realized that if I could get close enough to birds to put salt on their tails, that I could catch them without the salt. LOL!

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  2. I have a grand-parent moment too…

    My grand parents had a house with concrete foundations, and one summer, it was infested with caterpillars. I loved everything that lived, and was fascinated with these little colorful things! So Grand Ma gave me a bucket with a little bit of liquid in it, and told me to pick the caterpillars and put them in the bucket. She told me, it would make them sleep, and I could watch them easier.

    So I went all afternoon… gathering the caterpillars, and killing them with some sort of poison.

    Thanks Grand Ma! 😉

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  3. It took me a while to think of it. Freshman year in High School, I let my best buddy talk me into going out for football. I sucked at football. I never did much like contact sports. I finally did get to play in a game, almost the last of the season, for (I think) two plays, because we were getting our ass licked so completely that I couldn’t do any more damage. Other than that, it was some number of Friday evenings spent freezing my butt on the bench.

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  4. I was taught by the Church to be ashamed of my body. It’s sad how long it took me to reverse that conditioning. The bright side is that now I’m on a mission to reverse that shame with other women and it’s wonderful to witness the transition!

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