#UberGrouper Two Truths and a Lie: Seattle Edition

It’s time to play Two Truths and a Lie! Be the first person to find the fib in all three of these submissions from our Uber Seattle Family, and you’ll snag $50 in Uber credit. To enter, tweet your guesses @Uber_SEA using the hashtag #UberGrouper. Also, our very own Travis Wals will be going on his first ever Grouper tonight! Follow his tweets for all the juicy deets.

UPDATE: Congrats to the winner who guessed correctly: @BuffaloBandit! Enjoy your credits! Fibs: Travis – 3, Jen – 1 (but he did sit in the lobby for like 6 hours), & Brooke – 2.

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TRAVIS WALS

1) He has worked on a Chinese assembly line.

2) Allen Stone has complimented him on his beard growing abilities.

3) He once slid the world’s tallest water slide.

CLICK TO GUESS

jen

JEN JOYCE

1) While working at Hotel Max, she was invited to a party by Jakob Dylan.

2) People used to mistake her for one of the famous indie duo: Tegan & Sara and would ask her for her autograph.

3) In 1998, she performed a solo at Disneyland.

CLICK TO GUESS

Brooke

BROOKE STEGER

1) She enjoys eating scorpions.

2) She once took ayahuasca in a rain forest in Brazil.

3) She loves Quantum Mechanics.

CLICK TO GUESS

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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