Truth or Dare: Have You Done it? Would You Do It Again?
Stake fashion show? Yes...but I would NEVER do it again.
Get married? Yes...and it would be fun to do it all over again...I mean the wedding part. I love planning parties, you see.
Have a baby? Haven't yet, but would give it a try.
Host 35 people for Christmas dinner? Yes...but I don't think I want to do that again.
Artificially inseminate a cow? No, and I hope never.
Intentionally hurt someone's feelings? Yes...and I'm not proud, but if you're not nice to me I'll do it again. (hahaha...that's SO not me...)
Get locked out on a balcony by myself, in a swimsuit, with curlers in my hair, in Mexico, and shout at strangers in broken Spanish to come rescue me? Yes...'nough said, let's move on.
Quit a job? Yes...and while I fantasized about it a million times, it was WAY more tame than I had ever planned.
Say the "f" word as a missionary sitting next to an investigator, behind the stake president, IN the chapel? Yes...but I don't think I would do that again.
Kill an animal? Heavens no...but I've buried a few and I have to admit I think about conveniently "losing" a certain dog.
Break the Word of Wisdom? Well...yes. I have slept longer than was necessary, eaten at a Brazilian BBQ restaurant in the summertime, and have definitely eaten fruit out of its season. Because I am clumsy, I am planning on growing some tobacco to use on my numerous bruises, and on any cattle I may procure. I also like rum cake, and whenever I go to Grand Cayman, I eat as much as possible. That goes for the Scottish chocolate rum balls at the Salt Lake culture festival, too. And rum raisin ice crbuccaneery be part pirate or buchaneer...I'll look into that.
Stolen something? Yes...at the family-owned restaurant I worked at, I stole some photos they had of the missionaries who taught them in Naples. I mean to frame them really nicely and give them back as a surprise...that was 6 years ago. I feel like a heel.
Well, while I chose this topic, I did not intend it to be a forum for the disclosure of past sins. But oh well... What actually sparked this question for me was two-fold: a friend used to theorize "how can we know something is bad until we try it for ourselves?" and the realization that I have many, many good active LDS friends who have "experimented" in their lives. I was just wondering about that when I submitted the question. Let's discuss...