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Fibbing Friday

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Fibbing Friday

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

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1. What is Jewish penicillin?  … This is a special kind of ink used in old fashioned fountain pens

2. What is crème de menthe? … This is a term used in making ceramic dishes. It happens in the firing process.

3. What is meant by tit for tat? … This is how you count the stitches or knots while making tatted doilies from string. Sorta like macrame.

4. Who said ‘Hail Caesar?’ … That guy that sells salad dressing … oh, what’s his name … Newman’s Own?

5. What is S O P? … These initials are for the old airplane called the Sopwith Camel that Snoopy fought with his doghouse

6. What is an Evergreen? … It’s a company name that refuses to make products from chopped  up trees

7. How many eggs can a peacock lay in its lifetime? … One a year so maybe 4 in total

8. What do trunks and boots have in common? … They are both types of dances – for example when doing a trunk dance you move the upper part of your body, and with the boot type of dance you well … shake your booty!

9. What is a boa? … A short little boat at the fair that children ride.

10. What is tic, tac, toe? … This is a funny thing Pirates yell just before raiding another ship.

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Fibbing Friday – What?

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Fibbing Friday – What?

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

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  1. What is Groundhog Day all about? … This is the day that in our part of TX that the wild hog javalinas go running all over the place. They’re dangerous. Click to view
  2. What is déjà vu? … This is what they call a re-manufacture of a stylish sports car.
  3. What is meant by the phrase, “Hindsight is always 20/20”? … haha! This refers to all mothers who say they have eyes in the back of their heads (to always know what trouble their kids are getting into)
  4. What are reruns? … Used tires
  5. What does it mean to be redundant? … You don’t want to be this, because it means you are in trouble and must go sit in the corner with a dunce hat on.
  6. What word describes unnecessary repetition? … stultifying – which is boring and makes you fall asleep
  7. What is the name given to TV shows when they are shown again after their original air date? …  New & improved = except they are not.
  8. What phrase is used when you you can look back at a situation and clearly see what should have been done? … You ask for a Mullagan – a do over Click to view
  9. What is the feeling that you have been somewhere or done something before called? … reincarnation
  10. What day supposedly determines how long winter will last based on a particular animal seeing or not seeing its shadow? … That would be a caterpillar – if it’s really fuzzy it will be a hard winter.  Click to view

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Fibbing Friday – Bogus

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Fibbing Friday – Bogus

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

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1. What are florins, tanners and bobs?  … These are the different parts of a flower.

2. What is Dead Man’s Fingers? … They are a nickname for bare tree branches.

3. What killed the Triffids? … Space Invaders killed the Triffids

My package of Triffids seeds we got when we saw the movie, “Day of the Triffids”

 

4. What’s the difference between a buck and a quid? … Buck is what a horse does to remove a rider, and quid is a baby squid sea creature.

5. How much is an old crown worth?   … If a crown is gold then it’s worth a lot, and if not then diddly squat.

6. What can be known as a ‘Little Gem’? … A car that is reliable. It’s called a Lemon if it breaks down a lot.

7. What is pearl barley? … This is a term used in knitting.

8. Finish the sentence: ‘I came, I saw, I………………..’ … I came, I saw, I took a picture with my phone.

9. Who said ‘Smile, it enhances your face value’? … The orphans in the movie, “Annie” – You’re Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile

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10. Where on the human body is the zygomatic bone found?  … In the ear.

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Fibbing Friday – Politics?

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Fibbing Friday – Politics?

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

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  1. What event took place on Wednesday, January 20th, 2021? … It was the day of numbers – 1202021 – which adds up to 8 and 8 = National 8 Days a Week Proclamation.
  2. What do Joseph Biden, Warren G. Harding, and James Monroe all have in common? … They all were guitar players in a garage band in their youth. Click to view
  3. What distinction does James Monroe have that no President since can claim? … Most presidents have brought their pet cat or dog to the office, but Monroe brought his pet duck.
  4. Why did George H. W. Bush call George W. Bush, “Quincy”? … Because as a child, GW squinted a lot, and he needed glasses. The nick name stuck.
  5. What was historically significant about Queen Elizabeth, II’s coronation? … It was the first time a ceremony like this was televised.
  6. Why did King Edward, VIII’s reign not even last a full year? … He got bored with the job, so his brother Henry VIII took over.
  7. What event happened during King George, III’s reign that changed his official title? … A UFO sighting.
  8. What British figure was known as “The Iron Lady”? … The first steam locomotive that crossed the country. Click to view
  9. What did Joe Biden do before getting into politics? … Besides playing guitar, he was an award winning surfer.
  10. What did Boris Johnson do before becoming Prime Minister? … He dabbled in horticulture, and created a new species of rose which was named after him.

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Fibbing Friday Follies

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Fibbing Friday Follies

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

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1.   Where did the phrase ‘Out for a duck’ originate? … I believe it was out on a duck pond.

2.   What is Duck a l’orange? … It is the name of a hair dye for those who want orange colored hair.

3.   Why do we yell ‘DUCK’ when something is likely to hit us? … It’s better than yelling ‘head’s up!’ which is sometimes said.

OK, enough of the duck questions, Geraldine is getting nervous.

4.   When was the first iPhone released? … It’s never been released in all these years. They seem to be glued to everyone’s hands or ears!

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5.   What is an interrobang? … This is the sound you hear inside a microwave oven when popping pop corn.

6.   What is, or was, a Troodon? … It is an ancient stone carving with magical properties.

7.   Who invented the Little Black Dress? … LBD = Lucille Ball Designs invented this style.

8.   What is TikTok? … It’s a short phrase that means to ‘shut up!’ as in ‘tick a lock’

9.   Who invented the frying pan? … Old Dan Tucker immortalized his frying pan invention in a song about himself.

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10. What colour is most toilet paper in France? … bleu bleu l’amour est bleu

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Fibbing Friday – Would You Believe?

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Fibbing Friday – Would You Believe?

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

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  1. What do the abbreviations, B.C. and A.D. stand for? … Bacon Crumbles and Artichoke Dip
  2. What do the abbreviations, B.C.E. and C.E. stand for? … Be Conscious Everyday and Creepy Eel
  3. What event triggered the start of the U.S. Civil War? … Tea – some wanted it hot – some wanted it iced
  4. What were “The Wars of the Roses?” … A flower arranging competition.
  5. Where was the Kingdom of Prussia located? … On your painting palette – a tube of Prussian Blue paint.
  6. According to the account in Genesis, what happened at the Tower of Babel? … It was a battle of the bands contest.
  7. What artistic style is Pablo Picasso famous for? … He was famous for using colored pebbles in mosaic form to make pictures.
  8. January 6th was two days ago. What makes it special?  … It was my daughter’s birthday!
  9. In the comic strip, Calvin & Hobbes, who or what is Hobbes? … Hobbes is Calvin’s subconscious brain.
  10. The song, “Home on the Range” asks for a home where what two animals play? … Chickens and porcupines.

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Fibbing Friday

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Fibbing Friday

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

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https://pensitivity101.wordpress.com/2021/01/01/fibbing-friday-jan-1st-2021/

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1. Where will you find ‘One for his knob’ and ‘Two for his heels’ ? … In a horse stable

2. Where will you find winks, squidgers and a target? … These are proficiency badges you get playing Pokemon.

3. What is a numerator? … A new fangled refrigerator or ice box.

4. There are 206 in the human body. What are they? … Alien DNA particles – we are all part Star People.

5. What can be waxing or waning? … These are types of green beans.

6. What is The Mystery Machine? … This is your washing machine. It’s a mystery where some of your socks disappear to.

7. What was the Millenium Falcon? … A bird that was hatched in the year 2000.

8. What will you find inside a ping pong ball? … The answer to what the fox says

9. What is a fortress? … This is a hair-do that Renaissance women wore – a kind of bun.

10. How many spots do newborn dalmation puppies have? … There are many generations of Dalmations named Spot, so there’s a lot of Spots.

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Fibbing Friday – Potpourri

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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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  1. Why is there a small plastic baby inside of a king cake? … Probably to scare little kids into never eating cake again.
  2. What is Three Kings Day? … A sing-off contest for Elvis impersonators.
  3. Why is Boxing Day not formally observed in the US? … Because we have too many cardboard boxes and the dumpsters are full already.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. Why are the President and Vice President of the United States elected together rather than separately?  … These people always run on the ‘buddy platform’.
  7. Who swears in the President of the United States? … The winner of a cussing contest held the day before.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.
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Fibbing Friday – Holiday Madness

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Fibbing Friday – Holiday Madness

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

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  1. What does it mean to “come a-wassailing”? … Sounds like a person with a lisp is challenging you to a wrestling match.
  2. What was on Little Jack Horner’s thumb when he pulled it out of his Christmas pie? … Hate to say it, but one of those Murder Hornets were hiding in the pie filling.
  3. According to the song, what was it that “My True Love gave to me” on the 8th day of Christmas? … My true love annoyed me by playing “8 Days a Week” song 8 times a day.
  4. What is the purpose of a Yule log? … It’s like a diary … a journal you ‘log-in’ to for writing down your daily thoughts.
  5. What was so special about the reindeer named Rudolph? … Rudolph was really an AI and had a GPS brain so he could find his way around the world.
  6. What were the names of Santa’s reindeer? … Mustang, Barracuda, Viper, Cougar, Cobra, Firebird, Ram, Impala, and Thunderbird.
  7. Why do we leave a snack for Santa? … You have to leave a snack for Santa as payment for all the gifts he brings.
  8. Who or what is Krampus? … Another name for the Grinch.
  9. How did the tradition of kissing under mistletoe get started? … Mistletoe is a known parasite that sucks life from a host plant. So we kiss to show how that kind of works.
  10. Why is Christmas celebrated in December? … Because winter is boring and we need something festive to liven up the drab days.

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Fibbing Friday

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Fibbing Friday

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/2020/12/04/fibbing-friday-4th-december/

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1. What is a shoe horn?  … I’m tempted to say it’s a coastal bird, but really it’s a tiny device hidden inside fuzzy house slippers that makes a beeping noise when you walk.

2. Where will you find a grommet? … The only grommet I know is from a cartoon movie. I think he was a dog.

3. We may say ‘the tables have turned’, but what is a turntable? … A kitchen table that revolves like a lazy-susan.

4. How do you make a tea cosy? … A tea will get cosy if you set it by a fireplace.

5. What is a quaver? … The quaver is a ‘trick’ arrow, that when shot from the bow, it kind of wiggles back and forth to confuse the target.

6. Where will you find a plimsoll line? … Oh, the plimsoll line will always be found in a garden, as it keeps the rows straight.

7. What colour was The King’s New Clothes? … Tartan green & red for the holidays.

8. Why was Ethelred called The Unready? … It was a catchphrase used to promote the TV show, “I Love Lucy”. Even though Ethel was a blonde, and Lucy was a red-head, the producers decided to go a different way, because Ethelred never caught on as a popular name.

9. 007 has a licence to kill, but what would an 005 have a licence for? … 005 would have a license for cooking gourmet meals because he invented 5 spice powder.

10. What is a winklepicker? … I really do know what this is, but for my ‘lie’ I will say it is a make-up product used to erase wrinkles on the face.

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