This weeks Truth or Fiction challenge speaks to two trips we have taken in the past.
Everyone was pretty well split down the middle with both numbers one and two for your answers, you all continue to impress me with your reasoning and explanations for your answers, and I am honored to have each of you involved, so here is the breakdown explaining this weeks answer.
Number one was a trip we took to South Carolina in 2014, Cindy was very nervous about cleanliness and she does absolutely panic when someone is coughing near her, she did wipe down our seats, trays, and the seatbacks in front of us before she sat down, I am sure people were pushing past her and she did aggravate a lot of folks, but this one is True.
Cindy did in fact clean our area with Clorox wipes and panicked to the point of pulling her shirt collar up to cover her face when the lady behind us took a coughing spell.
Number two was a trip we took to California about sixteen years ago, Cindy and I were both smokers then, Cindy bought her smokes at a tobacco store and they always gave her a disposable lighter or two every time she came in, She evidently hadn't cleaned out her purse before we left, but airport security did.
Fifteen lighters were confiscated and a sarcastic remark about dumping the duffel bag due to insulin needles got it dumped also, I have never witnessed this before or since and did think it strange then, but they were giving her lighters away to passengers and I was given two of them.
And yes believe it or not fifteen is the actual number, we still laugh about that now, even Cindy has a hard time believing she had that many.
Cindy and I have both given up smoking, around twelve years for me and approximately eight for Cindy, so our next air trip will definitely be lighter free..
Number three was this weeks completely made up story, we did fly into Greenville/Spartanburg and did rent from Alamo who treated us very well, we were in and out in a Dodge sedan, the clerk was very professional and didn't work on any machinery or lose our keys, there was never a Kia Soul or a Chevy Captiva involved.
Our involvement with Alamo was a pleasant experience, and the story I told about them was completely False.
This appears to be another example of Truth being stranger than fiction, and I am surprised that I stumped everyone this week, I didn't see that one coming.
Rather than have an empty True Winners section, I think it's fair to let last week's winners ride for one more week.
What have you found in your purse or a coat pocket that you didn't know was there?