2 Truths and 1 Lie Challenge

2 Truths and 1 Lie Challenge

I was thinking of the best way to introduce myself to my potential new readers. That’s when I decided to do a 2 truths and 1 lie challenge! Below, I will list 2 truths about myself and 1 lie; will you be able to pick out the lie? Well, let’s get started and find out!

  1. I have a very unique and rare personality type.
  2. I was 4’ 11” all the way until my senior year of high school, when I had a “growth spurt” and finally reached 5’ 3”.
  3. I got my very first marriage proposal when I was 6 years old.

Take a moment to think about these 3 potential truths. Which ones seem to be the most plausible? Which one seems to be the most unreasonable?  Alright, that’s long enough; I’ll start out by telling you what the lie is. (NOTE: Click on the blurred text for it to appear 🙂 )

Number 2 is the lie, I actually stopped growing around the 10th grade, and I’m only 5’2”.

Now onto the truths! They need a bit more explaining…

Number 1: Some time last year, I was having a moment of introspection and reflection. I was doing some research and found out about the Myer-Briggs Type Indicator Test, and I took the personality test on 16personalities.com. The results showed that I was an INTJ-A. People with this personality type make up only roughly 2% of the population, and only 0.8% of them are women. I found this to be a little cool since it’s rare, but also very troubling at the same time. Due to things that were happening at the time, I already felt a bit like an alien, and taking that test pretty much proved it. I wasn’t very happy or accepting of it at the time. I won’t get into that here though; that deserves a story all to itself! 


Number 3: Don’t worry; it was another child who asked me to marry him and not some old pervert! I was in the 1st grade and was also the new girl in school at the time. Long story short, there was this one particular boy who just seemed to go out of his way to get my attention. He even went as far as to get transferred to my class just to get closer to me. One day on the playground we were playing, and he just asked me to marry him out of the blue. I said no of course. That wasn’t the last time that he asked me. Pretty much, he kept on asking me to marry him all throughout our childhood. I could tell even at that young age that we weren’t a good match for each other, so I always turned him down. Despite this, we were still able to stay friends, and we still speak to each other to this day when we see each other out and about. 


His proposal might have been the first one that I got, but it certainly wasn’t the last. From that time to now, I’ve actually lost count of how many times I’ve been proposed to. I haven’t accepted any proposals yet though. I haven’t really had any feelings for any of the guys that have asked. That being said, I REALLY hope that the next guy who asks me is someone with whom I can reciprocate their feelings. Perhaps then, I’ll finally say yes.


Alright, there you have it; those are the results of my 2 truths and 1 lie challenge. Which one did you think was the lie? Leave me a comment below and let me know. Well, now you know a bit more about me, and I really hope that you’ll stick around to find out more. I LOVE telling a good story, and my life thus far has been filled with them. Alright, that’s it for now, and I hope to see you in the next one. Take care!

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