Fibbing Friday – The Twelves
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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Below are 10 questions, the answers to which are entirely up to you.
The idea though is to fib a little, a lot, tell whoppers, be inventive, silly or even outrageous in your response as long as you evade the truth (or maybe bend it a little).
The questions & my answers:
- What was Paul Revere famous for? … Paul Revere had a rock band called Paul Revere & the Raiders.
- Why is midnight known as “the witching hour”? … It all got started when a witch named Hazel started a Karaoke bar that opened at midnight.
- What supposedly happens, according to legend, at midnight between Christmas Eve and Christmas Day? … According to science, the magnetic north pole and the magnetic south pole actually switch positions. It’s not well known, though, because people would freak out.
- Why did Patsy Cline go “Walking After Midnight”? … She was walking down to Witch Hazel’s Karaoke bar so she could sing some songs.
- Why is midnight represented as 00:00 rather than 24:00 in military (24-hour) notation? … It has something to do with Y2K when all the clocks went haywire.
- Why is noon so named? … It is a palindrome, and the Y2K bug stipulated that two zeroes should be the norm for noon.
- In westerns, what traditionally happens at high noon? … The cowboy’s horses get to take an hour lunch break.
- What exactly is the difference between “noon” and “high noon”? … Regular noon, is just a regular day, but ‘high’ noon is a lot more fun. heh heh
- What’s so special about “the noonday sun”? … During noonday, the sun’s light particles are especially sparkly. You can see each individual one.
- What can you supposedly do at noon on the spring equinox that you supposedly can’t do any other time of year? … If you remember in time, you can beat the pull of gravity for about a minute – you can float about a foot off the ground.
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