Plinky Prompt: Did You Say Lie? Oh…I Thought You Said Bye…

  • What was the last lie you told? Why did you tell it?
    English: Golden Rice grain compared to white r...

    English: Golden Rice grain compared to white rice grain in screenhouse of Golden Rice plants. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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  • Pants on fire
  • You say lie, I say exaggerate. It’s all really a matter of
    perspective. I wouldn’t say I lie, exactly, because there is always a
    grain of truth in what I say. I will admit to exaggerating that grain
    into a pile of rice. Why? Only to make someone feel better. Is that
    wrong? I don’t think so. Not if it started with the truth (let’s say two
    people told you something) and the number increased in your brain,
    processed it and somewhere, somehow it came out of your lips as “six.”

    I don’t like LIARS, truly, if I find out that someone lied to me, I
    get crazy, so from now on, I will look at my own little white lies, even
    if it is to make someone feel better, and just tell the truth.

    As my kids would say “My bad.”

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Plinky Prompt: Write or Wrong?

  • The Secret Garden

    The Secret Garden (Photo credit: @Doug88888)

    We all have something we’d like to write about, but that doesn’t really “fit” our blog. Write it anyway. See all answers

  • Write what you shouldn’t?
  • No way. The things I want to write about are the secrets I promised not to tell, at least as long as the people are alive. After that, my choice. I don’t think it’s a matter of “fit” it’s more of a matter of morality and character.
    Fantasize all you want, dream a little dream but one still needs to live in THIS world and hurting people on purpose is really not my style. Sometimes stories need to be shared, other times they need to be buried. It’s not always an easy decision. Just be true to yourself, you will find the answer.

    secret & oublié

    secret & oublié (Photo credit: andrefromont/fernandomort)