Most of us have played the game two truths and a lie when on long road trips or in a large group. Just in case you haven’t, here’s the gist of the game:
Object of the Game: Guess which of the three “facts” is the lie.
Items Needed: None
Directions: Everyone comes up with two truths about him/herself and one lie. The others have to guess which one is the lie.
On the program, Grylls appears to (1) camp out in quickly-built shelters deep in the wilderness while (2) battling hypothermia and dehydration. But when the cameras stop rolling, (3) Grylls has actually moved to luxurious hotels.
Now, it’s pretty evident to see which two of these are true and which one is the BOLD FACED LIE! Needless to say, my Mark is crushed.
Let’s play again!!! That may have been too easy…what about this one:
(1) Bear climbed Everest at the tender age of 23, the youngest British-man ever to do so. (2) He’s crossed frozen oceans and survived in the world’s hottest deserts. (3) He has the entire collection of He-man action figures from 1984-1987 on exhibit in a lighted shelving unit powered by local animal waste. The figurines are displayed amidst the stalagmites of the subterranean cave in the unknown dessert of who knows where.
Now, that’s a toughie!
I’m so sorry, Mark, for the loss of your hero.