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I LOVE Truth Or Dare But Too Risky, Had To Quit


Let’s just say truth-or-dare is my
favorite game. It’s intense and it’s a super entertaining game. I’m the type of
player who would always choose dare and never truth – intensity! Background
information: played it since late elementary school, but anyways, I love
truth or dare and I’m not trying to brag but I am a monster at it – and I do mean
crazy – I’ve licked the seat of a toilet in a boys restroom, walked into the boys
locker room during school, asked out a sixth grader I didn’t know, and don’t
worry they were for money, BUT, sorry, that was loud, but one day in ninth grade at
math class – I don’t remember what caused this – but one of my table mates, let’s call
him Billy, brought up a topic about truth or dare and I commented oh I’m a truth
or dare master, and he did not believe me. Then billy and the other table mates
dared me to go into the boys restroom and one of my table mates tried to scare
me and say the walls are glass so we can’t watch you. Pretty cool huh?
Our school has glass walls. Anyway so I gave my group a thumbs up and took the
hall pass walked out of classroom then stood at the entrance of the boys
restroom. I turned around and they were watching me I held the double thumbs up
and walked backwards into the restroom. About one minute later I walked back
into the classroom and my teacher knew and she got mad and that destroyed me
because she was one of my favorite teachers and I was a great student in
class. But did that stop me from playing truth or dare? Nope. Later during lunch I
saw Billy and a few friends of his. I told him to dare me something and he
said “oh, jump into the trash can. Okay I was so used to answering dares I didn’t
think about how the garbage bin was in a spot where it was so visible the entire
cafeteria could see me. And also Billy was probably trying to trick me into
throwing myself away so I took off my backpack dramatically – not being
sarcastic – and put both of my hands on the trashcan and put one leg in there
and then the other one – I know Billy said jump but the bin had wheels underneath.
Of course his friends freaked out, then I gave them
the peace sign and when I tried to get out of the bin
it slowly started rolling which was really embarrassing and as soon as I got
out a teacher walked up to me and questioned me. In the next class I realized
how awkward that moment was and I did it in front of the cafeteria. I
couldn’t focus and work the rest of the day because of how embarrassing that
moment was and yep I regret it. And I officially quit truth or dare now. Thanks
for listening to my story people, be sure to play friendly games!

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