Ze Meme

March 29, 2010 Ka'ela Ja'el

I am pretty sure I’ve never done this meme before, so, what the hey…

Gakked from [info]pjthompson.

Your instructions:
If you are reading this right now, please post a comment with a COMPLETELY MADE UP AND FICTIONAL memory of you and me.
It can be anything you want – good or bad – BUT IT HAS TO BE FAKE.
When you’re finished, post this little paragraph on your LJ and be surprised (or mortified) about what people DON’T ACTUALLY remember about you.

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  • 1. hkneale  |  March 30, 2010 at 1:39 am

    Remember that one time we decided to go camping–the real deal, not the wussy set-up-a-tent-in-a-caravan-park?
    We and our backpacks headed off the beaten trail somewhere in the Southwest. First day, hiked about eight hours, set up camp, had a great time.
    Second day, we hiked about three hours, set up camp, had a great time. Running low on food, though.
    Third day, hiked about two hours, then when we decided to check the map, realised we’d lost the compass and were well and truly lost. Thought we’d be clever and use the sun the way they taught us in Girl Guides.
    Fail!
    So, third day in, completely lost somewhere, not even sure we were still in the Margaret River area, and we’d run out of food (and good humour).
    Luckily for us, we found our way out of the forest into a clear area. Further to our luck, we found a lost sheep (hogget, really, about thirty-five kilos or so), standing there. Couldn’t see any sign of a flock, or shepherd, or sheepdog, or anything.
    So yeah. We caught the sucker and I did the honours.
    But no sooner had I slit its throat and it’d stopped kicking than we looked up and saw the farmhouse. (I think it was the shout of the angry farmer coming our way.)
    I swear, we’d never run so fast with a thirty-five kilo hogget between us in our lives! But hey, we ate well that night, and the next day and the next day, until we found that unsealed road and could return to civilisation.
    We ought to do it again. But this time, let’s not be so stupid as to stand out in the open when we scrag our scrumped sheep.


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