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Fibbing Friday – Ten Tall Tales?

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Fibbing Friday – Ten Tall Tales? 

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

To join in this weekly challenge, and see other entries, just click the link below:

https://pcguyiv.wordpress.com/2020/11/13/fibbing-friday-november-13th-2020/

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  1. What is the Battle of Little Big Horn better known as? … BOB – This was a contest – a battle of the bands – where the marching band challenged the stage band  in order to win a prize.
  2. Who wrote the Gettysburg Address? … It was the U S Postal Service who assigned numerical addresses to houses in each neighborhood. Gettysburg was one of the sub-divisions.
  3. Who said, “And so, my fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for you—ask what you can do for your country.”? … It was the advertising person for a chain of Homestyle Country Cooking restaurants, who came up with this slogan.
  4. What happened at the Bay of Pigs in April of 1961? … haha – this happened to be the first annual swine washing day in the bay. Everyone likes a clean pig.
  5. What does the Cold-War acronym, SALT stand for? … Stand Around Loitering Today
  6. What was Abraham Lincoln’s profession before entering into politics? … He was proficient in whittling wooden toys and invented Lincoln Logs.
  7. Why did George Washington refuse to run for a third term as President of the United States? … He was fed up with politics by then, and just wanted to spend his remaining years of life taking it easy.
  8. What are the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution better known as? … The pee-esses – P S – postscripts
  9. Who has the largest signature on the Declaration of Independence? … The one who used the regular size magic marker rather than the fine point.
  10. What is the significance of Plymouth Rock? … This rock was so sturdy, it begat the name of a fine line of automobiles that were large and sturdy, too.

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© 2020 BS

Fibbing Friday – British Bits

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Fibbing Friday – British Bits

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

To join in this weekly challenge, and see other entries, just click the link below:

https://pensitivity101.wordpress.com/2020/11/06/fibbing-friday-6th-november/

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I have no idea what any of these question are about, so maybe these are real lies, maybe not? haha

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1. Who met for the first time at The Duck and Drake Inn in London on May 20th 1604? …  Ye olde poultry farmers association met here.

2. Why was the opening of Parliament delayed from July to November the following year?  … There was a powdered wig shortage. .

3. Who used the name John Johnson as an alias? … The president of a denim fabric manufacturing company They made blue jeans called John’s Jeans.

4. Why did the Gunpowder Plot fail? … Well, the fireworks extravaganza went up in smoke right before the display.

5. Who designed the iconic Guy Fawkes mask? …  A select, secret tribe in the jungles of the rain forest.

6. Why are the cellars of the Palace of Westminster inspected before Parliament opens? … To make sure there is enough imported wine for the festivities.

7. What do MacBeth and the Gunpowder Plot have in common? …  Oh, he was the pyrotechnic genius who created the fireworks designs.

8. Where will you find Guy Fawkes Island? … You’ll find that island off the coast of Africa in the never-never land of Zanzibar.

9. Who was on the throne at the time of the Gunpowder Plot? …  MacBeth was in the loo reading the newspaper at the time, so that’s why the fireworks fizzled out.

10. How did Guy Fawkes die? … The parliament deemed him a danger to the public, so sent him into outer space on a giant firework rocket and it exploded.

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© 2020 BS

 

Fibbing Friday – Messed Up

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Fibbing Friday – Messed Up

 

These are fun questions we’re supposed to answer in any kind of silly, wrong, or outrageous ways. Just for fun!

Find out more at the link found below.

https://pensitivity101.wordpress.com/2020/06/05/fibbing-friday-5th-june/

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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).

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The questions & my answers:

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1. What is the difference between Biweekly and a Fortnight?  … You see, it begins during the day time at the equator, and by the time you get all the way around the world, it’s night time.

2. How much oil would your lantern need to last a fortnight?  … Quaker State 30 weight will do the trick.

3. If you spent a fortnight in Paris, what would you see? … You would soon see your suitcases filled up with souvenirs to take back home.

4. What’s the difference between a microchip and a micro chip?    … One is a spying device and the other is a tiny potato.


5. What’s brown, shiny and sizzles? …  That would be a sausage.


6. How is the best way to make lemonade? …  You can make lemonade by washing your clothes in lemon scented detergent. When it is dripping wet, that is lemonade.


7. How many types of coke are there? …  There are a lot of types of coke. One, for example, is the result of smelting iron. Oh, but that’s true … let’s see … there are 50 ways to leave your lover? … no?  ummm – probably a lot of coke types. Yeah, let’s go with that answer.


8. Why was a sundae glass so named?  … A sundae glass is named that because 50 monkeys can’t be wrong.


9. What is hellsapoppin? … Hellsapoppin is popcorn flavored with chili peppers.


10.What did the Knights of the Round Table do during the day? … Knights of the Round Table played ping pong on a rectangle table by day.

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My added on questions – Why is this post looking messed up? True answer = I couldn’t get the boldface type to go off, and also the italic one was on, too. Sorry! 🙂

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© 2020 BS

Fibbing Friday

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Fibbing Friday

These are fun questions we’re supposed to answer in any kind of silly, wrong, or outrageous ways. Just for fun!

Find out more at the link found below.

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).

https://pcguyiv.wordpress.com/2020/04/03/fibbing-friday-april-3rd-2020/

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  1. What is the Pythagorean Theorem?

This is the belief that Python snakes are cute and cuddly.

  1. What is the Higgs boson better known as?

Higgs boson is more commonly known as the contractions a woman has as she is giving birth.

  1. Technically an acronym, what does COVID-19 actually stand for?

It’s the title of my memoir – ’19 Creepy Old Vampires I Dated’.

  1. What is the Theory of Relativity?

This means your relatives/kinfolk come visiting way too often.

  1. What is Newton’s Third Law?

Newton’s Third Law is some sort of voo-doo.

  1. What is the difference between mass and weight?

Mass is when you go to church, and weight is something you never ask about.

  1. What is the formula for density?

HS + Col + DTC = DDS

  1. What is the process by which a solid transforms directly into a gas called?

Magic

  1. What makes biology unique compared to other sciences?

Biology is the fun science … *wink* 😉

  1. According to one particular idiom, what do April showers bring?

April (and May) showers usually bring hail & tornadoes around here.

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© 2020 BS

Fibbing Friday – Q & A

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Fibbing Friday – Q & A

https://pensitivity101.wordpress.com/2019/10/11/fibbing-friday-11th-october/

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These are fun questions we’re supposed to answer in any kind of silly, wrong, or outrageous ways. Just for fun!

The instructions you can find at the link above.

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The questions & my answers:

1. What is The Nut Cracker?

A nut cracker is a dangerous game that kids used to play. It consisted of two, hard plastic balls attached by a string. They made a clacking noise when hit together, like cracking nuts.

2. Why are Pandas black and white?

It’s to illustrate the old joke about ‘what’s black & white & red all over’. It’s the before sample.

3. If storms are in teacups, and pools are in whirls, what puts us in a spin?

When we get an ear infection that gives us vertigo = lots of dizzy spinning.

4. What do chocolate buttons operate?

I suppose chocolate buttons operate on chocolate bunnies candy.

5. If we are flirty at thirty, naughty at forty and thrifty or nifty at fifty, what are we at sixty?

It means we’ve passed all the previous levels of the game of life, and now we’re on level sixty.

6. Why isn’t orange blossom orange?

Too much of a good thing is too much.

7. What’s this fly doing in my soup?

Synchronized swimming.

8. What’s in a jam sandwich?

Two guitar players and a drummer having a jam session.

9. Why was Rudolph’s nose red?

It was the prototype of the later editions of the magic 8 Ball. It answered questions, too.

10. Why was the Mona Lisa really smiling?

Her face was frozen from having Botox and she couldn’t move her mouth.

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© 2019 BS