Here’s a little game. It is a game of self-discovery.
There are no winners unless you count discovering something about yourself as a win. Okay…games need rules and since I made up the game I get to make up the rules [how juvenile does that sound?--- Don’t answer that!]
How to play the game:
List ten words that various people have used to describe you in the course of casual [or not so casual] conversation in your lifetime [preferably, your adult lifetime]. These should ideally come from people you know in a real-life scenario, i.e., family members, teachers, professors, friends, co-workers, etc.
Now, here’s the ground rules:
1.Before talking about yourself, comment on the post above yours. For example, say something like, “I can see that it would be fun to work with you.” Or, “I wouldn’t want to go shopping with you.” Or, "You, my dear, are a meglomaniac."
2.Each trait listed must be just one word.
3.If you’re the first one to go then you don’t have to mention anything about the poster above you .
Okay, maybe this isn’t a game. Maybe it’s a social experiment, but humor me. The government won’t let me put people on an island and build my own ideal society. They won’t let me do genetic isolate experiments, either. I think it has something to do with that whole Hitler thing.
Well, alright y'all, have fun and go at it.
Now, okay, I await your lists.