My response to fibbing Friday for 28th October

1. What is the most intelligent lifeform on Earth? Our dogs.

2. Why did we really go to school? To break all the rules.

3. What did teachers do during recess? Mark exam papers.

4. How did you get to school? I hopped, skipped the jumped.

5. What was life like before the Internet? Very boring.

6. What is the best thing about social media? You can find out anything in a matter of minutes.

7. What is your favorite thing to put chocolate sauce on? Cake, of course!

8. Doctors were all wrong…humans don’t need water. What do they need? To grow up!

9. Dolphins are not mammals. What are they? Well, dolphin is the name of a screen reader for the blind.

10. There is a Lost Dutchman’s Mine, but where is it? In a far off Dutch land!

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Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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