Fibbing Friday – Creepy Fish

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Fibbing Friday – Creepy Fish

This weekly challenge presents some questions that we are to give wrong answer to. It’s all in fun.

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  1. How did tartar sauce get its name? … It began with a collision – Two brothers (last name of Tar) bumped into each other in their kitchen. First Bro: You got your pickle in my mayonnaise! … Second Bro: No, you got mayonnaise on my pickle! So they compromised and the condiment was invented and named after them – Tartar sauce!
  2. Why is Mardis Gras (aka Shrove Tuesday) also known as Pancake Day? … Because In New Orleans there are lots of French speaking people, and they like crepes, so to make it easier to pronounce they just called it Tuesday Pancake Day.
  3. Why do so many people eat fish during Lent? … I don’t know why anyone would want to eat fish, but maybe this one day someone lent them some to try.
  4. What is the difference between sushi and sashimi? … Susi and Sashi were mermaids – one a blonde, the other a red-head.
  5. What is noodling? … That is what you do when boiling pasta noodles for spaghetti.
  6. How do you clean a fish? … You don’t – you don’t like fish, you don’t go fishing, and you certainly don’t give them a bath!
  7. What are Swedish fish? … Bad people in Sweden who are internet Trolls.
  8. What is a Bishop’s Mitre? … This is where the congregation passes through the doorway detector that identifies who has lice and mites, or other pests.
  9. What was the movie, The Shoes of the Fisherman about? … This movie was about a cobbler who made specialty shoes for sportsmen.
  10. What is the first day after Lent known as? … Return It Day – because when you lend someone something, you expect it to be returned to you the next day.

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