My Answers for #FibbingFriday! 9/18/20


It’s time once again for Fibbing Friday! It’s the one time where lying is not only permitted, it’s required! For the complete rules and to join in, start here!


  • What exactly is Yorkshire pudding?

Pudding that can only be eaten on days ending in Y.

  • What is treacle, and why do people make tarts out of it?

A potato-like fruit from Peru grown only for tarts.

  • What is the key ingredient of haggis?

A Sea Hag

  • How is toffee made?

It isn’t made, it’s hunted and toffee season is near – to the hunt!

  • How did pound cake get its name?

By beating up all the other cakes.

  • Why is candy corn so named?

Parents call regular corn that to get their children to eat it.

  • What is marzipan?

A special pan for making Marzi.

  • Why is a baker’s dozen so named?

Because they’re only for bakers.

  • What is meant by the idiom, “Too many cooks spoil the pot”?

It’s a reminder to clean the pot after each use!

  • What is meant by the idiom, “What’s sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander”?

Goose and Gander have to share the same chicken nugget sauce.


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My Answers for #FibbingFriday!


It’s time once again for Fibbing Friday! It’s the one time where lying is not only permitted, it’s required! For the complete rules and to join in, start here!


  • ‘She had the biggest aspidistra in the world.’ But what is an aspidistra?

A facial mole

  • What is the main ingredient in Beef Wellington?

Salmon from Wellington, Maine

  • Who was Tufty?

Last year’s WWE champion

  • What is a Port Folio?

A bland, sweet wine

  • What is a bootee?

The boots Hootie and the Blowfish wear

  • What is meant by ‘You have been tangoed’?

Kicked out of dance class

  • What is a blue bottle?

The bottle that contains the potion to make you small

  • How do you make shortbread?

Make long bread and cut it in half

  • What colour is cotton candy?

Cotton is white, sooo…

  • What are cowslips and snap dragons?

Two of the Harry Potter Houses


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Fibbing Friday!


It’s time once again for Fibbing Friday! It’s the one time where lying is not only permitted, it’s required! For the complete rules and to join in, start here!


Who was the first President of the United States?

Christopher Columbus

What was Abraham Lincoln’s best known nickname?

Awkward Abe

Who’s faces are carved into Mt. Rushmore?

Moe, Larry, and Curly… and The Fonz!

What historic event started on April 19th, 1775?

I started my diet. (It ended on April 20th.)

What act of infamy is Benedict Arnold best known for?

He completed a Rubik’s Cube!

Who was Gen. Charles Cornwallis?

Mrs. Cornwallis’ husband.

Why do we celebrate Labor Day?

Because it’s the first Monday in September!

What is so special about the Autumnal Equinox?

It’s the start of the Halloween season!

Why do tree leaves change color in the fall?

Because they forgot to do it in Spring!

What do people mean when they say, “The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree”?

It’s the number one rule of apple-tossing; the apple tossed closest to the tree wins!