This weekly challenge presents some questions that we are to give wrong answer to. It’s all in fun.
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- What exactly is a “rhetorical question?” … This is a question concerning all things retro – history.
- What is meant by a “hair’s breadth”? … This is when you have flyaway static hair, and you blow it off your face with a puff of air.
- How long is a “New York minute”? … Probably the time it takes to cook a ‘minute’ steak on the stove.
- What does it mean to “fly by the seat of your pants”? … It means you’re on a carnival ride.
- What does “by the skin of your teeth” mean? … That’s the nasty stuff that coats your teeth when you fail to brush them regularly.
- What are “the dog days of summer”? … These are fun holidays for our dogs – kinda like Christmas for dogs.
- What does it mean to “go ’round Robin Hood’s barn“? … This phrase means to keep a deep dark secret & never tell.
- What does it mean when a project “gets the green light”? … This means something has been sterilized with ultra-violet light, but green.
- What does it mean to “eighty-six” something? … Well, it means you’ve pulled the slot machine handle 86 times before winning a jack pot.
- What or where exactly is “file thirteen”? … This is a manicurist’s term for filing fingernails.