Fibbing Friday – Back to Square One

Frank (PCGuy) and Di (Pensitivity101) alternate as hosts for Fibbing Friday, but this week Melanie (Sparks) is standing in for Frank. To join in, write a post with your answers to the 10 questions below and tag it #FibbingFriday. Then link back to Fibbing Friday so others can enjoy the answers and join in too!


What’s behind the 8 ball?
The dangly bits of a well-hung octopus.

What’s up the creek?
A mermaid when Poseidon gets her pregnant.

What is hanging when one says, “Hang ten”?
Green bottles.

What size pole is it that you wouldn’t touch someone with?
He’s six foot six and built like a brick outhouse.

How do you feel when you’re on cloud nine?
Higher than a kite on the fourth of July!

What does “at sixes and sevens” mean?
This is how those of a superstitious bent refer to the number between 11 and 12.

Do you take five?
No, because that would be greedy.

Which sport is referenced when the term “four bagger” is used?
Shoplifting – specifically trying to get through the self-service tills without paying.

How many rings in the circus?
Five: did you see any of the last Olympics – sheesh!

What is the loneliest number?
69 due to paranoia – everyone laughs when it’s mentioned.

Fibbing Friday – Very Superstitious

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 #FibbingFriday. Then link back to Fibbing Friday so others can enjoy the answers and join in too!


1. How many years bad luck do you get if you break a mirror?
One for each of your wrinkles.

2. What shouldn’t you walk under?
An elephant with diarrhoea.

3. Why are black cats crossing your path considered unlucky?
They act as the decoy: the rest of the cluster is creeping up behind you.

4. Why do we ‘knock on wood’?
The doorbell’s broken.

5. Why are horseshoes considered lucky?
Their magnetic properties stop horses from flying away

6. Why do we cross our fingers for good luck?
If you cross your eyes, you just look simple.

7. Why is 13 considered an unlucky number?
Because in many Asian languages, it sounds like the word for dentist.

8. On the other hand, why is 7 considered lucky?
The one sounds like the phrase meaning free money.

9. What is signified by itchy hands?
A nasty case of eczema.

10. Why should you not put shoes on the table?
Because any pregnant woman in the vicinity will try to eat them.

Fibbing Friday – Going Back in Time

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 #FibbingFriday. Then link back to Fibbing Friday so others can enjoy the answers and join in too!


What did the couch say to the toilet?
Where’s Alexa when you need her? We’re out of bogroll again.

What caused the last traffic jam in town?
Too much pectin in the mix.

What really powers the Internet?
The harvested flatus of vegans.

What is really between Trump’s ears?
Tumbleweeds.

What is in the heart of Africa?
The Elephant’s Graveyard, Amelia Earhart and the meaning of life.

What was the last meal eaten in the Garden of Eden?
Devils on horseback and angels in blankets.

Who built the pyramids in the Yucatan?
W. Heath Robinson

What is the highest form of flattery?
Lowery.

Speakeasies were not secret bars, what were they?
A mythical place where free speech still existed…

Alcatraz isn’t a prison, what is it really?
An extreme version of jazz hands invented by Al Capone on the 14th February 1929.

What is in hamburger?
No idea, but it doesn’t sound very kosher.

What is the real question and answer to number #12?
Last Tuesday, but the wheels fell off.

Fibbing Friday – The Colour of Magic

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 #FibbingFriday. Then link back to Fibbing Friday so others can enjoy the answers and join in too!


1. According to the song, what colour is love?
Black. Or is that the colour of my true love’s hair?

2. Who sang about a Green Door?
Leonard the Leprechaun, he was a bouncer at the Four-Leaf Clover speakeasy.

3. What colour ribbon is used to adorn old oak trees?
Either red or green, which is a bummer for the colour-blind.

4. What colour is associated with Lily?
Black – she was a long cool woman.

5. Who had 99 Red Balloons?
Pennywise.

6. Black is Black, but what did he want back?
Those books you borrowed in 2016, which you swore you gave back in 2020.

7. What colour was the People Eater?
The colour of Chianti.

8. What colour is Bing’s Christmas?
A hazy shade of winter.

9. Godley and Creme didn’t want to be under your …………. what?
Bed.

10. Brown Sugar was a massive hit for which group?
The Archies.

Fibbing Friday – Showtime!

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 #FibbingFriday. Then link back to Fibbing Friday so others can enjoy the answers and join in too!

Finish the quote: One of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s most famous lines is, “I’ll be…”
A monkey’s uncle.

Finish the song title: One of Randy Newman’s best-known songs is “Why Can’t We…”
Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport.

Twilight wasn’t about a teenage girl who falls in love with a vampire. What was it about?
A naïve young girl inducted into hot (and painful!) sex with a billionaire.

What made Blade different from the vampires he hunted?
He wore ladies’ underwear.

In what movie did Billy Crystal play a character named, Miracle Max?
Gandhi.

The Goonies wasn’t about a group of kids searching for a lost treasure. What was it about?
Forbidden love and the rivalry between two teenage street gangs.

What was the name of the character that Alan Rickman played in the first movie that he starred in?
Herr Otto Flick.

In The Professional, who does Natalie Portman’s character shoot with a paint pellet?
Simon Cowell.

The Phantom of the Opera isn’t about a disfigured man who terrorises a Paris opera house. What is it about?
A farmer hears voices urging him to build a baseball field in his backyard.