These are fun questions we’re supposed to answer in any kind of silly, wrong, or outrageous ways. Just for fun!
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- How did the phrase, “That’s the last straw!” originate?
It was a contest held at a restaurant, and the person who took the last straw in the dispenser won a prize.
- What really grows in Contrary Mary’s garden?
Mary’s was a garden of good and evil – she grew roses – beautiful, yet dangerous and thorny.
- Though often depicted as such, Humpty Dumpty is never called an egg in the nursery rhyme. Who or what is he, really?
Humpty Dumpty was a Numpty raging about a wall. I think you know who I mean.
- How much wool did the black sheep have, and where did he get it?
The black sheep got all his yarn at the craft store – as much as he needed to finish a project.
- Why did the little lamb follow Mary everywhere she went?
The lamb followed Mary because she had tasty lamb kibbles in her pocket.
- What exactly is a tuffet?
A tuffet is a dish scrubber.
- What happened to the Knave of Hearts after he stole the Queen’s tarts?
The Knave got sick from eating the tarts because they were past their expiration date.
- What kind of pie was Little Jack Horner eating?
Little Jack Horner was having some of the King’s blackbird pie.
- Why did the girls cry when Georgie Porgie kissed them?
The girls cried foul when Georgie kissed them, because he had bad breath.
- What does the phrase, “Bob’s your uncle” mean?
It means someone is telling a lie, because I don’t have an uncle named Bob.
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