Fibbing Friday – Potpourri
This weekly challenge presents some questions that we are to give wrong answer to. It’s all in fun.
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- Why is there a small plastic baby inside of a king cake? … Probably to scare little kids into never eating cake again.
- What is Three Kings Day? … A sing-off contest for Elvis impersonators.
- Why is Boxing Day not formally observed in the US? … Because we have too many cardboard boxes and the dumpsters are full already.
- Traditionally, Christmas Day is the first of the Twelve Days of Christmas. By that same tradition, what is today known as? … Take back and exchange the gifts you got the day before.
- Why is the US Presidential Inauguration held at noon on January 20th? … So everyone has time to have their breakfast and coffee before the meeting.
- Why are the President and Vice President of the United States elected together rather than separately? … These people always run on the ‘buddy platform’.
- Who swears in the President of the United States? … The winner of a cussing contest held the day before.
- In certain US states that have lots of prairie land, there are signs warning not to drive through smoke. Why? … Because when you drive through smoke you are transported to another dimension far far away.
- Why did Air France and British Airways suspend the use of all Concorde aircraft in 2003? … Not many passengers wanted the express route – they wanted the scenic route.
- Why was there no supersonic replacement for the Concorde once all of them had been decommissioned? … Because Sonic the Hedgehog wasn’t available for endorsement any longer.