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.