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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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https://pcguyiv.wordpress.com/2021/01/08/fibbing-friday-january-8th-2021/

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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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https://pcguyiv.wordpress.com/2020/12/26/fibbing-friday-saturday-edition-december-26th-2020/

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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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https://pcguyiv.wordpress.com/2020/12/11/fibbing-friday-december-11th-2020/

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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.

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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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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.

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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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Fibbing Friday – Funny Frauds

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Fibbing Friday – Funny Frauds

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/2020/11/20/fibbing-friday-20th-november/

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1. What is Kapok?  … A Kapok is a little mouse like rodent.

2. Where will you find a kernel? … You can find a kernel being played in an orchestra. It’s a brass instrument.

3. If you didn’t know a door as a door, what would you call it? … I might call it a ‘swinger’.

“This Door Swings Both Ways”, by Herman’s Hermits

4. What’s the difference between a yolk and a yoke? … Well, yolk is a bright yellow paint color, and yoke is a country bumpkin person.

5. What does E R N I E do? …  The ERNIE is another word for ‘timeclock’ in the work place. It keeps tabs on how many hours you work and how much money you earn.

6. What is meant by sunny side up? … It means your front body is facing the sun when you are tanning. Then you flip over.

7. What could you wear on your head that would make people think you were awesome?  … A cat … people who wear a cat on their heads are the best kind.

8. What is meant by cattywampus? … You say this to let people know where the good fishing place is down in the swamps.

9. What is an erf? … An erf is one of those cute battery controlled little dogs that yip and turns flips.

10. What is a mouse potato? … This is when you leave a potato out to feed the cute little mouse at Christmas.

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Fibbing Friday – Ten Tall Tales?

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Fibbing Friday – Ten Tall Tales? 

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

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https://pcguyiv.wordpress.com/2020/11/13/fibbing-friday-november-13th-2020/

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  1. What is the Battle of Little Big Horn better known as? … BOB – This was a contest – a battle of the bands – where the marching band challenged the stage band  in order to win a prize.
  2. Who wrote the Gettysburg Address? … It was the U S Postal Service who assigned numerical addresses to houses in each neighborhood. Gettysburg was one of the sub-divisions.
  3. Who said, “And so, my fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for you—ask what you can do for your country.”? … It was the advertising person for a chain of Homestyle Country Cooking restaurants, who came up with this slogan.
  4. What happened at the Bay of Pigs in April of 1961? … haha – this happened to be the first annual swine washing day in the bay. Everyone likes a clean pig.
  5. What does the Cold-War acronym, SALT stand for? … Stand Around Loitering Today
  6. What was Abraham Lincoln’s profession before entering into politics? … He was proficient in whittling wooden toys and invented Lincoln Logs.
  7. Why did George Washington refuse to run for a third term as President of the United States? … He was fed up with politics by then, and just wanted to spend his remaining years of life taking it easy.
  8. What are the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution better known as? … The pee-esses – P S – postscripts
  9. Who has the largest signature on the Declaration of Independence? … The one who used the regular size magic marker rather than the fine point.
  10. What is the significance of Plymouth Rock? … This rock was so sturdy, it begat the name of a fine line of automobiles that were large and sturdy, too.

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Fibbing Friday – British Bits

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Fibbing Friday – British Bits

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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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https://pensitivity101.wordpress.com/2020/11/06/fibbing-friday-6th-november/

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I have no idea what any of these question are about, so maybe these are real lies, maybe not? haha

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1. Who met for the first time at The Duck and Drake Inn in London on May 20th 1604? …  Ye olde poultry farmers association met here.

2. Why was the opening of Parliament delayed from July to November the following year?  … There was a powdered wig shortage. .

3. Who used the name John Johnson as an alias? … The president of a denim fabric manufacturing company They made blue jeans called John’s Jeans.

4. Why did the Gunpowder Plot fail? … Well, the fireworks extravaganza went up in smoke right before the display.

5. Who designed the iconic Guy Fawkes mask? …  A select, secret tribe in the jungles of the rain forest.

6. Why are the cellars of the Palace of Westminster inspected before Parliament opens? … To make sure there is enough imported wine for the festivities.

7. What do MacBeth and the Gunpowder Plot have in common? …  Oh, he was the pyrotechnic genius who created the fireworks designs.

8. Where will you find Guy Fawkes Island? … You’ll find that island off the coast of Africa in the never-never land of Zanzibar.

9. Who was on the throne at the time of the Gunpowder Plot? …  MacBeth was in the loo reading the newspaper at the time, so that’s why the fireworks fizzled out.

10. How did Guy Fawkes die? … The parliament deemed him a danger to the public, so sent him into outer space on a giant firework rocket and it exploded.

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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.

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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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