Truth or Dare Challenge

Oh, Truth or Dare, why can’t I resist you?  From that very first game at summer camp, I was hooked.  I can still remember the go-to dare I inflicted upon countless girls during our sixth and seventh grade sleepovers:  pull down your pajama bottoms and run past So-and-So’s parents in the kitchen. Good times.

And now, I’m ready to pull down my own pajama pants.  Metaphorically speaking, that is.  Or maybe not.  That’s right, people, I’m inviting YOU to give me a truth or dare challenge.  Here’s how it works.

In the comments section, write, 1 question for me to answer truthfullyand 1 dare, and just like in the game, I promise to do one of them.  Any dares I attempt will be documented with photographic or video proof.

And if I chicken out, my punishment will be to post a chicken pic on my blog for a week.

Why am I doing this?  Because it’s the mandatory hazing if I want to join teamTEEN author and have REUNITED be a part of their very cool ARC Relay!  TeamTEEN author is the brainchild of Julie Cross, author of TEMPEST, and she’s put together a great group of teen book reviewers (known as The Perfect Ten) to read and review YA.

So basically, I’ve succumbed to peer pressure and self-degradation in order for the chance to hang with the cool kids.  But just like in junior high, it totally seems worth it. 😉  Plus, I’ll get this nifty virtual medal.  So go ahead — give it your best shot.

Published by hilarywgraham

TV writer, screenwriter, author

7 thoughts on “Truth or Dare Challenge

  1. Hey, I’m Monica and a member in Julie’s “The Perfect 10” too 🙂

    Truth? Um, *thinks*
    What was the most EMBARRASSING thing you have ever done that only YOU know about?

    I actually second Esther’s 🙂
    “I dare you to this Saturday on St. Patrick’s Day, to dress as a Leprechaun and ask as many people as you can for Lucky Charms cereal. (at least two people!)”

  2. Esther, my WORST DATE’s an easy one. (Note: I just decided the last story I posted might have been a bit over the top. Luckily, (or perhaps, unluckily) I have lots more bad date stories to choose from. 😉 So here’s the story of my second worst date. I was 26-ish. It was the first time I’d ever had the guts to ask a guy out. Thankfully, he said yes. We went to see a John Waters movie, then to dinner. The conversation was flowing. He was cute. Then, mid-way through the meal he said, “You know I’m married, right?” I was so stunned I couldn’t even respond, so I got up and ran to the bathroom. Needless to say, there was no second date. Yikes!

  3. Hi! I’m Esther and am a part of Julie’s “Perfect Ten” 🙂
    Truth: What was the worst date you have ever been on?
    Dare: I dare you to this Saturday on St. Patrick’s Day, to dress as a Leprechaun and ask as many people as you can for Lucky Charms cereal. 🙂 (at least two people!)

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