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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/2023/01/27/fibbing-friday-27th-january/

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Below are ten musical terms. What alternatives would you suggest?

1. Allegro  … This is a super vitamin for plants and people to enhance growth.

2. Pianissimo … This is a very tiny ant.

3. Lento … This is a small tent for campng

4. Coda … This is a short name for a big snake – the anacoda

5. Forte … This is a fun game kids play in the back yard with castles and toy swords

6. Pizzicato … This is a fast hopping type dance from the 1920s.

7. Contralto … This is a religion that contradicts everything other religions profess.

8. Dolce … This is a city in New Mexico where aliens are said to be based in underground bunkers.

9. Intermezzo … This is the 2nd floor of a department store.

10. Largo … This is the large back of a pick-up truck. A large cargo area for hauling stuff.

 

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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/2023/01/20/fibbing-friday-20th-january/

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Thanks for the questions, Di! 🙂

We are to make up silly definitions of these words. 🙂

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1. What is boisterous? … Hate to say it, but it’s a skin rash

2. What is a womaniser? … This is a woman who works in the mining industry.

3. What is a faux pas? … This is your toll road card – it’s like credit, and you pay a bill at the end of the month.

4. Define plumber …This is a migrant worker who picks fruit in season.

5. What is a sous chef? … This is a professional food critic.

6. What is antisocial? … This is an on-line prom dance, where you can virtually connect with people. Works great when you are an introvert.

7. Why did they call the wind Maria? … Because Sirocco wind needed a girlfriend, and they had her number.

8. Where would you find a kettle drum? … You’ll find these being thrown down a lane at the Olympics.

9. What is a kango drill? … This is the Australian Army’s practice formation for parades.

10. What makes bread rise? … The national anthem song – everyone must rise, even the bread.

 

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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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It’s Friday the 13th so this week’s selection is based on superstitions.

Make up your own reasons for these please:

1. Why were people given middle names?

So when you get into trouble your mom can yell at you using all your names

2. Why do we cover our mouths when we yawn?

So a fly won’t go in your mouth

3. Why do we say ‘Bless You’ when somebody sneezes?

It’s just a copycat rhyme sound achoo/blessyou

4. Why do we wear a wedding ring on the third finger of the left hand?

It looks pretty there

5. What was the original use of wind chimes?

They were used for burglar alarms

6. What were the original purpose of bridesmaids?

So the groomsmen will have someone to dance with at the reception.

7. What is the significance of the first butterfly of the year you see being white?

It usually means 6 more weeks of winter snow.

8. What does it mean if your right ear itches?

You have an ear infection.

9. Why is Good Friday a good day to cut your hair?

Because the beauty/barber shops are closed on the weekend.

10. What should you give a friend who gives you a knife as a gift?

A thank you note.

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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/2023/01/06/fibbing-friday-6th-january/

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1. Aurora Borealis is also known as >>>> the pin-up girl of the 1940s

2. Who was Farouk Balsara >>>> the inventor of balsa wood toy airplanes

3. Chasing Cars is by which group? >>>> the Doggies in the Window band

4. What is Detritus >>>> the local dumping ground

5. Eggplant is also known as >>>> a reference to anyone with a high IQ

6. Who is Filbert Fox >>>> Dora the Explorer’s sly foxy friend

7. Gentoo is a what >>>> a most famous sled dog husky

8. Rutabaga is also called >>>> the most sensual Latin dance

9. What is IPlayer >>>> a fantastic science fiction book (I’ve read it twice)

10. Jambo is a greeting in which language >>>> It’s a greeting in circus lingo

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Fibbing Friday

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Here are the fun questions from Di! To join in and also see other entries, just click the above link. It’s all in fun to think up wrong or silly answers. 🙂

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Your alternatives on these please!

1. What is a dentist?

A professional ‘den mother’ for the Cub Scouts Organization

2. What is a paralegal?

A French Follies gal who performs with a parasol in her act

3. What is a Nanny?

a member of the rock band ‘Nanny & the Welding Goats’.  (actually a long local true story)

4. What is an auditor?

An ear/hearing specialist doctor

5. What is a programmer?

An English professor who dwells mostly on correct grammar

6. What is a cartographer?

A person who builds wooden pony carts

7. What is a musician?

A writer’s scam – buy a muse in a can for yourself

8. What is a cordwainer?

An old fashioned slang way of saying this will be a ‘cold winter’.

9. What is a taxidermist?

A mobile spa treatment business.

10. What is a penciller?

A person who plays pencil puzzle games like crosswords and find a word and uses only a pencil, never a pen.

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Fibbing Friday Q & A

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Fibbing Friday Q & A

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

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What were these carols about?

1. Away in a Manger

It’s about sending away the laundry to a commercial laundry service that uses a mangle. ***note

A mangle or wringer is a mechanical laundry aid consisting of two rollers in a sturdy frame, connected by cogs and (in its home version) powered by a hand crank or by electricity. While the appliance was originally used to wring water from wet laundry, today mangles are used to press or flatten sheets, tablecloths, kitchen towels, or clothing and other laundry.

2. Hark the Herald Angels Sing.

The tax accountant firm of Hark & Herald, figure out all the angles in tax returns.

3. O Little Town of Bethlehem.

This is an ad for the Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce, inviting people to move there, and experience the ambience of small town living.

4. Silent Night.

This is one of the silent movies marathon shown in a local theater.

5. While Shepherds Watched

Shepherds got together for the annual sheep herding contests.

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Part 2:

What were these songs really about?

6. Mistletoe and Wine

This is about stomping grapes with your toes to make wine.

7. Jingle Bell Rock

This is about the famous Rock in Ireland that when tourists visit they have to ring a bell.

8. Walking in a Winter Wonderland

They call it walking, but really it’s running … the dogsled mushing race in Alaska each year.

9. Santa Baby

This is about Baby New Year’s playmate, Santa Baby. They’re great friends.

10. Frosty the Snowman

The Krank’s rooftop decoration in the movie and book, “Skipping Christmas”, by John Grisham (which I’m reading now and I do every year at this time)

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Thanks for the fun challenge, Di! 🙂

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Let’s re-write the movies this week.

Who could have been the stars of these blockbusters?

1. The Great Escape  … Houdini

2. The Glass Mountain … Julie Andrews

3. The Deer Hunter … Ted Nugent

4. Logan’s Run … My 2nd cousin Logan

5. Terms of Endearment  … Barry White

6. Look Who’s Talking … Joan Rivers

7. For Whom the Bell Tolls  … Papa Smurf

8. Joan of Ark … Joan Jett

9. The Thirty Nine Steps  … The Three Stooges

10. The Mouse Trap … Haley Mills

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Today’s prompt is about songs. Thanks, Di! 🙂

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1. Who recorded Mouldy Old Dough?

A farmer named Old McDonald.

2. What colour icing was on the cake in MacArthur Park?

I wasn’t there, but probably it was pink. 🧁🧁🧁

3. Who sang they were made out of Gingerbread?

The witch in the woods where Hansel & Gretel were captured.

4. Who sang Tutti Frutti?

Carmen Miranda with a fruit basket on her head.

5. Who recorded Green Onions?

Bugs Bunny the cartoon rabbit.

6. Who had a boy lollipop?

All the guests at a bachelorette party – it’s x rated but fun

7. What is a Tangerine Dream?

Yummy! It’s vanilla ice cream on a stick, covered in orange sherbert. A Dreamsicle.

8. Sugar Sugar or Honey Honey? 🍯🍯🍯

Too Too Much – the sweetest band in the land.

9. Who sang Sugar Pie Honey Bunch?

The Beehives group. 🐝🐝🐝

10. Do you need Hot Butter for Popcorn?

Yes, and that’s no lie!

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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 are fish nets?  …

In the watery world of fish, this is their communication line – like the internet = fish net

2. What is a teddy? …

It’s a cute British way of saying television = “What’s on the teddy tonight?”

3. What is cross stitch?

This is when you get really angry at something that happened and you have a temper tantrum = a cross stitch

4. What is a basque?

A priceless antique porcelain cat figurine from ancient Egypt = Bastet the Royal Cat

5. What are daps?

haha! These are those little drops of water that a dog shakes off his fur when he gets wet.

6. What are culottes?

I’m not sure, but I’m guessing a specialized tool used in wiring telephone poles.

7. What are pedal pushers?

Shoes for when you drive a car.

8. What are trews?

A landscaping of formal gardens

9. What is a gym slip?

One of those old bathing costumes women had to wear to the beach.

10. What is a feather cut?

A request for just a small amount of cream in your coffee.

 

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Fibbing Friday

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1. Why do we say it’s raining cats and dogs?

Maybe because they make a big show of barking and hissing at each other. Same as thunder & lightning.

2. What is meant by ‘The elephant in the room?’

I think it means to keep your front door closed so a wayward elephant doesn’t come in the house.

3. What is downsizing?

This is taken two ways – one is dieting and losing weight, the other is getting rid of all your favorite things – so sad.

4. What is a Panto Dame?

Panto Dame? Huh? An old biddy lady who complains a lot.

5. What is pumpernickel?

Pumpernickle is a type of fake coin that you put in arcade games to play them. You pump in the money (nickles).

6. What’s the difference between poison ivy and poison oak?

These are two different rock n roll groups, and they are friendamies. Friends/enemies?

7. What is a plimsoll line?

An old fashioned petticoat worn by pioneer women.

8. What are waffles?

Waffles are another word for those hard, round hockey pucks.

9. How can you beat inflation?

Stay home, don’t buy anything ever again.

10. What is catsup?

The wrong way to say and spell ketchup! Or … a cat drinking a bowl of cream.

 

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