Fibbing Friday

It’s Fibday again! So, put on your thinking caps and come up with the best fib you can to this week’s questions from  TERESA:

  1. What goes best on baked potatoes?  I like whipped cream, a cherry, and lots of maple syrup.

  2. Pepsi isn’t soda pop, what is it really?  If you freeze a pound of bologna in it, it can last for five years.

  3. Where is your dream vacation? A trip to 1492 would be so very nice but I’d have to stock up on lots of seasickness pills.

  4. Santa Claus is getting really old and forgetful, instead of presents what did he leave?  Last year he left his Ben~Gay and Grecian Formula.

  5. What is lurking under your couch cushion?  There are a lot of partial truths there hiding from the rest of the right answers.

  6. Why are zombies the only thing that eats brains?  They’re too spicy for all the other creatures.

  7. Why do people drive big trucks?   The tingly feeling the seats give their butts is so amplified in large vehicles.

  8. What do pets do at night?  They party and gossip about their owners’ bad habits. People who like animals should be so careful.

  9. What is a cockle shell?  A cockle is an obscure mango~type fruit only found in a few countries.  A cockle shell is what it goes into if it’s shy and introverted.

  10. What is kept in the Tower of London?  That’s where the keep the instructions for how to fake a truly proper British accent.

  11. Why did London Bridge fall down?  London Bridge was the original name of ’60’s comedian London Lee.  He fell down because people threw banana peels at him whenever he told a bad joke.

  12. What is at the bottom of the wishing well?   There’s a little dwarf down there pulling all kinds of strings to make sure the wishes come true.  If they don’t, he’ll be fired. 

  13. What lives in the sewers?  That’s where they keep dwarves that fail the entrance exams to get into the  wishing wells.

  14. Who steals the little things that goes missing in your house? It’s a salesman in a parallel universe . He sells them to that world’s version of may, and makes quite a profit.

  15. What two movies belong together in a mashed movie?  I’d like to see a combination of ‘Mary Poppins’ and ‘Patton’. It would be so neat to see someone as stern as General Patton, dressed in a candy cane suit, singing ‘Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious’.

  16. What does M.A.S.H. stand for?

  17. What happens at midnight in a graveyard?  The deceased are sort of like pets.  They always gossip about the living.  They’re such notorious nosy bodies.

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