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Fibbing Friday – Holiday Hijinks

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Fibbing Friday – Holiday Hijinks

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/2020/11/27/fibbing-friday-november-27th-2020/

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  1. Why is it traditional to eat turkey for Thanksgiving dinner? (In the US, at least.)  …  Because all the chickens crossed the road & the Pilgrims couldn’t catch them, so had to settle for turkey.
  2. What is “Festivus”? … This is a nasty, infected sore that has festered and is full of pus. Ewww!
  3. Why does Hanukka (or Chanuka, if you prefer) last for eight days? … Because they are fun holidays and nobody wants the fun to end.
  4. Why does Kwanzaa last seven days? … Because that word has 7 letters.
  5. According to the song, there are twelve days of Christmas, so why do most people only observe Christmas for one day? … Mostly because their houses aren’t big enough to hold all the many characters mentioned in that song.
  6. Why does Canada have Thanksgiving in October? … They want to celebrate before the really cold weather gets there and they get snowed in.
  7. What is Childermas? … I believe this is the long standing rule that says you must have more children.
  8. In the US, why is the Friday after Thanksgiving known as “Black Friday”? … This big shopping day is called Black Friday because of this secret: If a shopper wears black clothes at the stores, only they will get a special discount on purchases.
  9. What is “Boxing Day”? … For real I think it is a sporting event.
  10. What is “Saturnalia”? … This is a day when the planet Saturn releases millions of aliens to come to Earth.

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© 2020  BS

Fibbing Friday – Halloweeny

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Fibbing Friday – Halloweeny

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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://pcguyiv.wordpress.com/2020/10/30/fibbing-friday-october-30th-2020/

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  1. What is a poltergeist? … A poltergeist is a type of tracking device to locate poultry called chickens.
  2. What supposedly happens if you look in the mirror and say, “Bloody Mary” three times? …  Rosie the Robot from the Jetsons cartoon will bring you a cocktail.
  3. What’s so unlucky about the number 13? … Nothing really – it’s a baker’s dozen so you actually get extra doughnuts!
  4. Why do banshees scream? … Banshees scream because they want ice cream.
  5. What happens to a vampire in daylight? … Modern vampires go to work and school just like everyone else. Their fangs only come out at night.
  6. A Nightmare on Elm Street wasn’t about a monster who could kill people in their dreams. What was it about? … Oh gosh – that was when the nasty bagworms made huge webs in the Elm trees here in town.
  7. Who did Norman Bates dress up as in the movie, Psycho? … He’d dress in his McDonald’s uniform for his job as Ronald the clown.
  8. The Amityville Horror wasn’t about a haunted house. What was it about? … It was the story of how house flippers and real estate people sell houses.
  9. What are the three witches doing at the beginning of MacBeth? … Performing at a Karaoke bar.
  10. What classic monster lives under the Paris Opera House?  … They may be small, but those termites are dangerous.

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© 2020 BS

Fibbing Friday – Calling All Cooks

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https://pcguyiv.wordpress.com/2020/09/18/fibbing-friday-september-18th-2020/

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  1. What exactly is Yorkshire pudding? … From what I’ve heard, it’s a British term meaning quicksand.

 

  1. What is treacle, and why do people make tarts out of it? … Well, I’ve seen a train treacle, which is a kind of railroad track bridge. Maybe they serve popover tarts in the dining car?

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  1. What is the key ingredient of haggis? … I’ve never eaten haggis, as I’m allergic to scrambled brains and eggs.

 

  1. How is toffee made? .. Yummy! Toffee is made just like coffee by pouring hot water over tree bark. But be sure to use only the sweet kind of bark.

 

  1. How did pound cake get its name? … It’s no secret, so I’ll tell you … Make a pound cake by hitting and pounding a red hot horse shoe with a hammer until it is flat as a pancake.

 

  1. Why is candy corn so named?  … Candy corn is called that because in the old days peddlers would sell corn on the cob on the street corners.

 

  1. What is marzipan?  … Marzipan is a tiny island country off the coast of Japan.

 

  1. Why is a baker’s dozen so named? … Baker’s dozen was the much decorated troop of soldiers who persevered under very difficult combat situations in WWII.

 

  1. What is meant by the idiom, “Too many cooks spoil the pot”?  … This means you shouldn’t cook dinner in the potty – that’s just nasty.

 

  1. What is meant by the idiom, “What’s sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander”?  … This means it’s not a good idea to feed sausage to geese, or you’ll get a ‘loosey goosey’ pretty fast.

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© 2020 BS

 

Fibbing Friday – Have You Heard

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Fibbing Friday – Have You Heard

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/2020/09/11/fibbing-friday-11th-september/

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‘She had the biggest aspidistra in the world.’ But what is an aspidistra? … She won the Guinness Records for having the largest collection of apps on her computer and phone!

2. What is the main ingredient in Beef Wellington? … ummmm a bunch of well-fed cows?

3. Who was Tufty? … Tufty was a cartoon character used to promote a dish washing scrubber.

4. What is a Port Folio?  … This is where all the sailors gather after a sea journey to tell tall tales about their adventures. I believe lots of grog is involved.

5. What is a bootee?  … Oh, this is a fun tee shirt you wear at Halloween! It’s black & orange with a ghost and the word BOO!

6. What is meant by ‘You have been tangoed’?  … This means someone has played a banjo under your window.

7. What is a blue bottle? … Last I heard it referred to the insect known as a large blue fly.

8. How do you make shortbread? … You make shortbread just like regular bread, only use a smaller baking pan.

9. What colour is cotton candy? … Cotton candy is one of those magical sweets that when eaten becomes whatever flavor and color you desire.

10. What are cowslips and snap dragons?  … Well, cowslips are mishaps when the livestock slips and falls in the mud. Snap dragons are only used as a design in tattoos. In fact they are holograms on your skin depicting dragons who snap at passers-by.

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© 2020 BS

Fibbing Friday – Hysterical History

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Fibbing Friday – Hysterical History

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://pcguyiv.wordpress.com/2020/09/04/fibbing-friday-september-4th-2020/

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I know it looks weird with all the numbers being listed wrong. All the questions are there (10), but when I space between it messes up. Anyway, here are the …

Questions & Answers

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  1. Who was the first President of the United States?  … The first president, along with every single other so called elected presidents (name doesn’t matter), were just dupes, selected as a place holder for the ruling elite. So to answer the question, the ruling elite as ‘president’ has been and always have been a conglomerate of evil doers.
  2. What was Abraham Lincoln’s best known nickname?  … Hillbilly
  3. Who’s faces are carved into Mt. Rushmore? … Larry, Moe, Curly Joe, & Shemp – The stooges
  4. What historic event started on April 19th, 1775? …  Spring time of the year always starts on that date
  5. What act of infamy is Benedict Arnold best known for? … He was the first TV star pig. Arnold appeared on “Green Acres”
  6. Who was Gen. Charles Cornwallis? … He was the head honcho of the first factory that learned to take maize, and make corn flakes cereal
  7. Why do we celebrate Labor Day? … Because it’s been awhile since our last holiday (4th of July) so we were bored and needed a reason to BBQ
  8. What is so special about the Autumnal Equinox? … Well, most automobiles come up for yearly maintenance when the seasons change to fall/winter
  9. Why do tree leaves change color in the fall?  … Because people who buy all those pumpkin spice drinks really don’t like it, so pour it out under trees.
  10. What do people mean when they say, “The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree”? … They really mean, “Don’t stand under the apple tree or one will fall on your head.”
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© 2020 BS

 

Fibbing Friday – Bogus Books

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Fibbing Friday – Bogus Books

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/2020/07/17/fibbing-friday-17th-july/

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This is a bit different Fibbing Friday.

Di, our hostess this week says:

Below are 10 titles and authors, all of which are fictitious, so fibs to start with
This week I’m asking you to do a cover blurb in a few sentences …

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And here we go … 🙂

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The Missing Tent by Seymour Skye … You’ll gasp in wonder at this true tale of camping misadventures. The author and his family, out for a fun weekend in the Piney Woods of East Texas, have a close encounter when a UFO sucks up their tent and flies away with it.

2. Making the Most of Bread by Roland Pickles  … Autobiography by founding member of the rock band, Bread. He recounts the trials and tribulations of performing and touring the country with his band members. You will go behind the scenes with promoters, roadies, fans, and groupies they meet along the way. Photos included.

3. Living on a Budget by M T Wallit  … This self help book details the ins and outs of making the most of living within a budget. Testimonies of ten families who cracked the budget conundrum that plagues the middle class working population. Charts included.

4. Wake me at Dawn by Misty Mawning  … Confessions of a former Vampiress, Misty Mawning tells her tale of dark cult possession, and how she escaped into the light. ** caution** not suitable for children.

5. Sing me a Lullaby by Muse Ickles  … You will sing along with these original songs for children of all ages. From soft and tender lullabies, to fun, toe tapping jingles, this songbook includes musical notations for piano and guitar, lyrics, and a double CD. Don’t miss out on this one.

6. Caught in the Act by Robin Banks … A hilarious romp about a gang of three adorable cats who wander the back alleys of New Orleans finest restaurants looking for a handout.

7. The Pensioner Chronicles by Jerry Attrick … The Breakfast Club – Fifty years later – the true tales of  six high school friends who still meet up for breakfast at their favorite hangout.

8. The Scapegoat’s Revenge by Carrie deCan … She was made a fool in school, but now her time has come. This tell all expose will blow your socks off as she reveals truths about her former classmates – now prominent citizens, politicians, and famous personalities. (Unauthorized)

9. Fields of Destiny by Krystal Ball … Before You Go – a manual every person who plans to go parachuting must read. Rules and regulations, waivers, forms, rip cord operation, jump positions and landings all explained.

10. The Long and the Short of It by Cyn Opsiss. … Subscribe to this monthly magazine now! The latest hair styles for men, women, and children shown in full color. Tips for home care of your hair, plus salon recommendations of products. Lots of first person success stories, and even some hair fails are featured.

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© 2020 BS

Fibbing Friday – This ‘n That

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Fibbing Friday – This ‘n That

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).

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https://pensitivity101.wordpress.com/2020/03/27/fibbing-friday-27th-march-2020/

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Q & A

1. What was the significance of the little white dot on the TV screen at 11 pm? That white dot was an early version of a spy camera – as in Big Brother is watching you.

2. Who were the Woodentops? The Woodentops were people who protested the cutting down of trees, so they lived in the tree tops.

3. What is meant by the Gravy Train?  Around these parts, Gravy Train is a dog food – put water on the kibbles, and it makes a gravy sauce which dogs lapped up.

4. Who sang about flowers in the rain?  Fairies and elves always sing about flowers and rain, while dancing around a magic mushroom.

5. What do the initials MP stand for?  Be careful of the MP. It’s a warning on all mirrors, which stand for “Mirror Person”. They can haunt you!

6. What was Jiminy Cricket’s job?  Weather forecasting.

7. Why are diamonds measured in carats? Diamonds are so sparkly they can hurt your eyes if you stare at them too long. So, eat lots of carrots for eye health.

8. What do Kimball and Hammond have in common? Both of these last names are of inventors of the gumball machine.

9. What is a swizzle stick?  A swizzle stick measures the oil in your car.

10. What are chick peas? chicken poop … er … fertilizer for the garden.

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© 2020 BS