Fibbing Friday 30th April 2021 – Splitting the Difference

Frank (PCGuy) and Di (Pensitivity101) alternate as hosts for Fibbing Friday. To join in, write a post with your answers to the 10 questions below and tag it “Fibbing Friday” or #FibbingFriday. Then link back to Fibbing Friday so that others can enjoy the answers and join in too!

What’s the difference between “going on holiday” and “taking a vacation”?
A passport.

What’s the difference between a “rubbish bin” and a “trash can”?
The size of the gusset.

What’s the difference between the “boot” of a car and the “trunk” of a car?
Only one of these can be used for stowing away elephants.

What’s the difference between a “nappie” and a “diaper”?
One is a short snooze, and the other is a chemical compound with only two atoms.

What’s the difference between the “pavement” and a “sidewalk”?
The time of day, during rush hour you can only fight your way through the people with a crab-like sideways scuttle.

What’s the difference between “chips” and “French fries”?
About two pounds of spuds.

What’s the difference between the “bonnet” of a car and the “hood” of a car?
Feathers, flowers, and two yards of ribbon.

What’s the difference between a “rubber” and an “eraser”?
Painful sex followed by an unexpected pregnancy.

What’s the difference between a “flannel” and a “washcloth”?
Nothing, they are both nicknames for regiments in the British Army.

What’s the difference between a “pram” and a “stroller”?
One is an Indian flatbread, and the other is a chocolate-covered raisin.

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