Tell Me Something True

When did you last sing?

I’m using Arthur Aron’s “36 Questions” for awhile. Aron is a social psychology researcher at Stony Brook University. His 36 Questions have been published in various places all over the internet and are usually referred to as the “36 Questions to Fall in Love.” However, the questions are useful for improving any sort of relationship, because they push us past small talk.

The 5th question in Arthur Aron’s list of 36 is this: “When did you last sing…to yourself? To someone else? With others?” 

As always, you can keep your responses light and simple, short and sweet, or dig in deep. You can head down a sexy road, or keep it safe for work. It’s totally up to you! The goal is simply to get to know one another better. There’s also certainly no one way to answer a question. Maybe your answer will come in the form of a photo…or a poem…or a story. And feel free to twist the prompt however it works for you. Linking up to multiple memes is a great way to get your work out there, so if you can make it work that way, have at it!


You can also see future prompts on the main #tellmesomethingtrue site.

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  • Mrs Fever

    This morning. 🙂

    I sing all the time — in the kitchen in the shower, in the car… With or without the accompaniment of an instrument and not necessarily along with the radio/CD. *laugh*

    I have done this since I was a kid.

    I hum too. Like, if I’m on hold on a phone call — especially if it’s a silent one — I will hum myself a little tune.

    (I also make up songs. Lol. Like, I will sing to my husband about whatever comes into my head, particularly if it’s about his body or his chores. *laugh* Award-winning laundry song writing talent IN THE HOUSE!)

    : grin :

    Fun question. 🙂
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    • Brigit Delaney

      I probably sing and hum way more often than I think I do. It’s something many of us do without even thinking about it. Once I had a student tell me they didn’t listen to music, and I couldn’t even imagine what that might be like. Music is embedded in so much of what most of us do.

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