Fibbing Friday 09/13/2019

Hi, All!  Di, of “Pensitivity101”, is hosting the “Fibbing Friday” this Friday the 13th!   I’m looking forward to this week’s questions!

If flower seeds give us flowers and tomato seeds give us tomatoes, what does bird seed give us?
Happy and messy bird food fight.

How do you make a cat flap?
Have you ever seen them trying to catch a fly?

Why is Friday 13th considered unlucky?
I don’t think anyone knows for sure how it caught on, but I’ll tell you, the actor that plays, Jason in the umpteenth “Friday The 13th” movies is making Mucho Bucks.  He’s not unlucky, is he?

When is the Witching Hour?
2:15am through 3:45am.  My insomnia is living proof of witches have a grand ole’ time in that particular time frame.  Playing poker, catching up on late-night TV reruns, and purchasing jewelry and wax on infomercials. 

Are familiars always cats?
Nah, witches are always coming up with new potions to create familiars.  Have you ever seen a 2-3 year old at the check-out line in a supermarket?  Dang, they’re possessed. 

Where did McDonald’s originate? ***
At an Irish pub.

What was the first thing Sleeping Beauty said when roused from sleep by her prince?
“5 more minutes?”

What’s the difference between a sink and a basin?
A sink is when a baby is firstborn, they fit perfectly in it for they’re bathing.  However, when the get larger and become sensitive to mom and dad seeing them naked, they move into the bathroom to the basin.  AKA, Shower.

Why does the wind howl?
Local wolves and coyotes voices echo through the wind.  Either that or the neighbors having kinky sex with the windows open.

Why do we say swinging the lead?
Because it’s a much more polite way of saying “Swinging the dead.”


BC 2019

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