#UberGrouper Two Truths and a Lie: SF Edition

It’s time to play Two Truths and a Lie! Be the first person to find the fib in all four of these submissions from our SF community managers, and you’ll snag $50 in Uber credit. To enter, tweet your guesses @Uber_SF using the hashtag #UberGrouper.


Katelyn Bogucki 

1)  She’s dropped thousands of dollars to see both TOOL and Cher in concert multiple times in multiple cities.

2) As a child, she was the public face and top saleswoman for her family’s line of artisanal milk and cheese.

3) She spent six months documenting a man who raised money for charity by lifting inanimate objects (and one child) with his beard.



Matt Hearns

1) He once tried to sneak a hand grenade onto a Delta flight.

2) He installed a bouncy castle in a very small, fifth-floor, walkup apartment.

3) He has been banned from the Canadian province of Quebec.



Andi Pimentel

1) She dressed as Peter Pan for Halloween six years in a row.

2) She worked at Disney World as Pocahontas one summer in college.

3) Her first word — before “Mom” or “Dad” — was “Batman.”



Tess Russell

1) She named her recently adopted cat Michelle… after FLOTUS.

2) She’s received a cease-and-desist letter from a nudist organization.

3) She tried bacon for the first time in 2012.


Meet three interesting people on your next Grouper! Sign up now at joingrouper.com/uber to receive the Uber VIP social club hookup. Plus, if you’ve never tried Uber before, your ride to your date is on us!

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