Friday, August 22, 2008

Its just a jump to the left....

Lynda mentions a petite meme where you write three things about yourself, one is FALSE, commenters try to guess which is false, then write their own 3. YES! Let's do it, OK?

1) I am a high school drop out.
2) I have a tat of a blue 'M' in a red star on my right bicep.
3) I have seen 'Rocky Horror Picture Show' three times. With toast.

Whaddya got?

23 comments:

Gordo said...

2

LOL

gary rith said...

you think so, eh Gord?

Lou said...

Yeah I'm gonna go with Gord's guess too.

tt said...

I think #1 is false.
Seriously dude...you TEACH pottery.. ;)

Now, back to the important stuff...Ya got mice yet??? ;)

Nancy L.K. Boyce said...

I have never seen a tattoo, but I don't remember really looking at your bulging biceps either. Since you were a special ed teacher, I don't think it is #1. I do think you probably saw Rocky Horror, but I can't believe you only saw it three times! Okay, my guess is #2 too.

gary rith said...

mice, yes, I make a nice mouse, but not, you know, lately----
it is also true that I have a BA in art and a masters plus 30 in special education and reading education, and taught blind elementary students 3 years and remedial high school English 3 more years----but I am not saying anything more right now......

Nancy L.K. Boyce said...

Hey, So what does the "M" in the red star stand for?

gary rith said...

my wife's name starts with M, but I am not telling any more right now...

Nancy L.K. Boyce said...

Oh yay, I should have been able to figure that one out! Sorry Maude.

celeste said...

And that's not the only tat he has. Oh, those benders he and denis used to go on...

gary rith said...

Denis has a tat on his________

Knight said...

Hmmm, this is a trick somehow. You are a drop out but you went back? That tat is a red M in a blue star? You never remembered to bring the toast? I'm going with 2.

Fortune Cookies said...

Let's see how Occam's Razor works on this one...I don't think you're a high school drop out...I suppose it's possible, but just the least likely.

gary rith said...

The truth? I started taking college classes in 11th grade, and never ended up finishing my junior year, or high school at all. When I was teaching high school, I wondered if somebody might give me an honorary diploma.
The Tat, folks, was first imagined in 1995, and after nearly 13 years, I think the missus is finally ready for me to have it done. She writes for the newspaper, and says she will record the whole thing and submit for publishing! 'M' for her, of course.
An as some would say of Rocky Horror 'only 3 times?'.

Lynda said...

Oh man... I got here too late, but I would've been wrong - I would've guessed number 1 - fun stuff!

Lou said...

yay for us right people! fun idea for a tatoo too, hee, tatootoo!

Anonymous said...

Oh, no! No, tattoo, please, if I have anything to say. Before you know it, you'll get another then another and another and people will think you're a bike-ridin' blue collar guy.

But seriously, if you want a tattoo, how about a little piggy? Or a doggy with the toungue hanging out. You could still put an "M" on it. Just a suggestion.
EH

kate et jim said...

I'm here late also, but I guessed #2. Seeing as how you're pretty careful with what goes into your body, I didn't think you'd have a tat. Especially since you don't even like x-rays.

Reb said...

Ha, I'm too late, but would have gone with #2, you just don't strike me as the tat type.

Only three times? I own the damned thing and the original (London) cast recording and the movie soundtrack.

Fortune Cookies said...

ha! foiled again! oh well, stop by my place for my truth :)

kcinnova said...

Gary, I was crazy-busy yesterday and didn't bother to vote, but my vote was #2. Somehow I didn't doubt the drop-out bit --you are too much of a free-spirit Artiste!-- and with as many crazy 80's band videos as you post, I was sure you had been into the RHPS.

~ Sil in Corea said...

Heheheheheheheh!!!!!

Psst, I've got a pirated copy of RHPS on VHS. It was one of my hubby's favorites, along with "Thelma and Louise" and "Young Guns." Yeah, I know, he was a poet masquerading as a commercial tractor-trailer guy.

~ Sil in Corea said...

Heheheheheheheh!!!!!

Psst, I've got a pirated copy of RHPS on VHS. It was one of my hubby's favorites, along with "Thelma and Louise" and "Young Guns." Yeah, I know, he was a poet masquerading as a commercial tractor-trailer guy.