Fibbing on a Friday

Thanks https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/124021023 Here are my answers.

  1. What ‘quivered’ like a bowl full of jelly?   My tyre before it went flat.
  2. What did the Old Woman in the Shoe treasure most of all?  A large glass of whisky when all her kids were asleep.
  3. If those three mice were blind, how could they make it up the pendulum on that famous clock?   They had guide ants, who carried them there.
  4. Did Lassie (a boy btw) ever get Timmy out of that darned well?  (Clumsiest kid I ever heard of.)   Yes, but on the final time, he told Timmy’s parents (bark,bark,bark) to get him a harness to attach him to the house.
  5. It was round and ripe and red like a cherry…what is it?  My head when we actually get some sun in the UK.
  6. What did Old McDonald find in his hayloft that he wasn’t expecting to see up there?  I couldn’t really say, but he got a divorce a few months later.
  7. Did Jack and Jill get whupped (whipped) for spilling that bucket of water?   No, their parents were quite good about the whole affair. Unlike Old Macdonald. They just made sure the bucket had a lid next time.
  8. Was the moon really made of green cheese or was that kid just stoned a tiny bit? Neil Armstrong still has a piece of cheese in a box in his bedroom.  
  9. Did the fox ever figure out how to get those grapes (in Aesop’s fable?)  He gave up and joined Peter Rabbit in his carrot caper.
  10. Did Chicken Little have a point when it ran around squawking about the sky falling? He lived near a volcano, and nobody listened to him, even though there was red hot lava trailing in his home town. Mind you it did save old Macdonald a prison sentence. They never did find the body.

Published by writerravenclaw

I am a fifty something mother of two grown up children, and one beautiful grandchild. I have been married for nearly thirty-four years. My first book was published ten years ago. I wrote my book Sticks and Stones because of my experience of being bullied at school.

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