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Fibbing Friday Potpourri

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Fibbing Friday Potpourri

 

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

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https://pensitivity101.wordpress.com/2020/01/31/fibbing-friday-31st-january/

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Why did the boy remain on the burning deck?

The boy was playing poker, and the deck was running hot = he was winning!

 

2. Where will you find a toad in the hole?

A toad frog hibernates in winter inside a hole in the ground. He’s not found until springtime.

 

3. What do you call a shell-less snail?

Those people who buy a ‘tiny house’ and then regret it, are called shell-less snails.

 

4. How many eggs are in a clutch?

I hope there are no eggs in my car’s clutch system. It would foul/fowl up my driving.

 

5. Why do we say someone is a barrel of laughs?

Have you ever ROFL? (rolling on floor laughing) … Barrels are round, they roll, on the floor, and we laugh when that happens.

 

6. Why are horse races in furlongs and athletics in metres?

I suppose it’s to confuse us in the US because, at least for me, I don’t know what furlongs and meters mean.

 

7. What are love handles?

Love handles are heart shaped candles, and when you light them you have to handle with care.

 

8. What was Granny Smith famous for?

Granny Smith was famous for inventing the Granny Glasses that were popular in the 1960s.

 

9. What is the difference between a toe flip and a toe loop?

Though both have to do with the toes, one is a fun nail polish, and the other is a ring you wear on your toe.

 

10. How many teeth are in a honey comb?

You’d have to ask Winnie the Pooh bear how many teeth he lost while collecting honey from the beehive.

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~photos from Pixabay – except the barrel – I took that photo~

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Fibbing Friday – Nursery Rhymes

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Fibbing Friday – Nursery Rhymes 

 

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 following link:

https://pcguyiv.wordpress.com/2020/01/10/fibbing-friday-january-10th-2020/

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Look! We have a new photo for the challenge. Pretty cool – the word Truth has little word ‘lies’ in the letters, on a green, white, & red background. You can click the photo to see better. 🙂

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  1. How did the phrase, “That’s the last straw!” originate?

It was a contest held at a restaurant, and the person who took the last straw in the dispenser won a prize.

  1. What really grows in Contrary Mary’s garden?

Mary’s was a garden of good and evil – she grew roses – beautiful, yet dangerous and thorny.

  1. Though often depicted as such, Humpty Dumpty is never called an egg in the nursery rhyme. Who or what is he, really?

Humpty Dumpty was a Numpty raging about a wall. I think you know who I mean.

  1. How much wool did the black sheep have, and where did he get it?

The black sheep got all his yarn at the craft store – as much as he needed to finish a project.

  1. Why did the little lamb follow Mary everywhere she went?

The lamb followed Mary because she had tasty lamb kibbles in her pocket.

  1. What exactly is a tuffet?

A tuffet is a dish scrubber.

  1. What happened to the Knave of Hearts after he stole the Queen’s tarts?

The Knave got sick from eating the tarts because they were past their expiration date.

  1. What kind of pie was Little Jack Horner eating?

Little Jack Horner was having some of the King’s blackbird pie.

  1. Why did the girls cry when Georgie Porgie kissed them?

The girls cried foul when Georgie kissed them, because he had bad breath.

  1. What does the phrase, “Bob’s your uncle” mean?

It means someone is telling a lie, because I don’t have an uncle named Bob.

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Fibbing Friday – Pot Luck Posers

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Fibbing Friday – Pot Luck Posers

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 following link:

https://pcguyiv.wordpress.com/2019/12/13/fibbing-friday-december-13th-2019/

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  1. Why is Friday the 13th considered bad luck?   … Because it’s a Fibbing Friday and you have to tell lies all day, probably resulting in some bad luck for you. ~and all my numbers turn into ones!

 

  1. What was The Nightmare Before Christmas really about?  … It’s because it’s a nightmare trying to push through the crowded stores looking for last minute gifts.

 

  1. Why is the last day of the work week called “Friday”?  … It was so named by the vegetable oil producers trying to remind people that fried food isn’t bad for you.

 

  1. What is triskaidekaphobia?  … It’s a silly word to describe a kaleidoscope toy with a 3 prism mirror inside to make pretty patterns.

 

  1. What’s the most frightening fact about today, Friday, December 13th? … Today’s frightening fact is that there are no new facts – they are all recycled facts.

 

  1. Why is Christmas always on December 25th? … Store keepers wanted to have one more holiday to squeeze in before the new year comes along. They want alllll your money.

 

  1. What does legend say happens at midnight between Christmas Eve and Christmas Day?  … The geese will fly at midnight, honking at Santa’s tired flying reindeer to keep them awake.

 

  1. Who or what is Krampus?  … He comes along once a month to aggravate women.

 

  1. Who is Black Peter?  … A candy similar to the Black Cow candy lollipop which is caramel dipped in chocolate.

 

  1. What punishment is in store for naughty children at Christmas?  … They catch the chicken pox – at least that’s what happened to me.

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Fibbing Friday – Wrong Way

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Fibbing Friday – Wrong Way

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 following link:

https://pensitivity101.wordpress.com/2019/11/22/fibbing-friday-22nd-november-2019/

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1. Calendar Girls featured what organisation?

 

Calendar Girls was a talent act performed by the girls of Rydell High School in the movie, “Grease 2”. They sang a song about the seasons on the calendar.

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2. What is a limpet?

 

A limpet is a biscuit or cookie or bread dipped in a liquid sauce – it goes limp and soggy.

3. Who is famous for saying ‘I didn’t do it?’

 

“I didn’t do it”, was said by Urkel on that TV show, “Family Matters”. Oh, wait, maybe he said, “Did I do that?” 🙂

4. What does S W A T stand for?

 

S W A T stands for ‘South West Armadillo Tacos’

5. What’s kept in The Tower of London?

 

The most powerful radio station in the world is located in the Tower of London. It’s broadcasts can be heard around the world.

6. What does running on the spot achieve?

 

If you are running on the spot, you are achieving nothing. You are just jogging in the same place getting nowhere.

7. What is a busby?

 

A busby is a toddler’s ride on toy.

8. What is cinder toffee?

 

Cinder toffee is how someone orders coffee when they are so cold, the words come out backward.

9. Who is Old Father Time?

 

When Father gets old, he tends to look at his watch more and more, and announcing the time it is every hour.

10. Who shot JR?

 

Eddie, the Jack Russell terrier dog from the TV show Frazier. He didn’t like having anyone else with the initials J R.

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A Late Fibbing Friday 13th – Q & A

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A Late Fibbing Friday 13th  – Q & A

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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 below.

https://pensitivity101.wordpress.com/2019/09/13/fibbing-friday-13th-september-2019/

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These are the questions:

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If flower seeds give us flowers and tomato seeds give us tomatoes, what does bird seed give us?
2. How do you make a cat flap?
3. Why is Friday 13th considered unlucky?
4. When is the Witching Hour?
5. Are familiars always cats?
6. Where did McDonald’s originate?
7. What was the first thing Sleeping Beauty said when roused from sleep by her prince?
8. What’s the difference between a sink and a basin?
9. Why does the wind howl?
10. Why do we say swinging the lead?
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These are my silly and wrong answers:

  1. When you plant a bird seed, you will be surprised to see what hatches out. Bird seeds hold the DNA of pterodactyls.
  2. You make a cat flap by giving him dance lessons.
  3. Some say Friday 13th is unlucky, but it was a a good movie and made lots of money.
  4. The Witching Hour is when you take a forked switch from a tree and go divining water. It takes about an hour to find some. I’ve tried this and it works!
  5. Familiars aren’t always cats. Habits can be familiars, too. If you have a bad/good habit, you’re probably pretty familiar with it.
  6. Well, McDonald’s originated way back on the farm. He sang E I E I O, and presto, McDonald’s farm was on the map!
  7. Sleeping Beauty woke up to see Prince Charming and said – ‘Not now, honey”.
  8. A sink and a basin are different as night and day. A sink is a lizard, and a basin is a buffalo. Oh, wait – a skink is a sink?
  9. The wind howls because that is in it’s job description.
  10. Swinging the lead? Singing the lead? Leading the sing a long? England Swings? Lead the parade? Just guessing, you see. 🙂

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© 2019 BS

Fibbing Friday Q & A

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Fibbing Friday Q & A

https://pcguyiv.wordpress.com/2019/08/23/fibbing-friday-august-23rd-2019/

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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 above link.

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Questions:

  1. Exactly who was the catcher in the rye?
  2. Where exactly does the red fern grow?
  3. To Kill a Mockingbird wasn’t about a trial. What was it about?
  4. If one does not simply walk into Mordor, exactly how is one supposed to get in?
  5. Why were they hunting for the Red October?
  6. What exactly was the clear and present danger?
  7. What was the black spot?
  8. The Lottery wasn’t about the pitfalls of blindly following tradition. What was it about?
  9. What kind of progress was the pilgrim making?
  10. Exactly who was the man in the iron mask?

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My Answers:

  1. Exactly who was the catcher in the rye? A bird called the scissor tail fly catcher – he hides in the rye and catches flies Tyrannus forficatus on branch.jpg
  2. Where exactly does the red fern grow? The red fern grows where the sun don’t shine.
  3. To Kill a Mockingbird wasn’t about a trial. What was it about? It’s a code phrase for a nasty computer virus.
  4. If one does not simply walk into Mordor, exactly how is one supposed to get in? Click your ruby slippers together 3 times, “let me in”.
  5. Why were they hunting for the Red October? Because red was trying to take over being the Halloween color instead of orange.
  6. What exactly was the clear and present danger? Clear fabric softener spilled on the floor – an accident waiting to happen.
  7. What was the black spot? The part of the toast that got burned.
  8. The Lottery wasn’t about the pitfalls of blindly following tradition. What was it about? A waitress who receives a $1,000 tip.
  9. What kind of progress was the pilgrim making? He finally learned how to sew buckles on his hat and shoes.
  10. Exactly who was the man in the iron mask? Hannible Lector.

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