Fibbing friday! 11th November edition!

  1. What is a bobby pin? It’s a pin that you put on your dress to keep it closed!
    2. What is a Whoopee Cushion? It’s a decorative cushion.
    3. What is a cock a poo? Its what a cock does when he poohs!
    4. Why are some chicken eggs brown and some white? Because of the chickens colour, some are brown, and some are white.
    5. How would you describe cardboard? Its hard, and very boring!
    6. What do a pony and monkey have in common? They make good pets!
    7. What is a USB key? It’s a type of house alarm.
    8. What is a golden handshake? Its when you win a prize in a raffle.
    9. What is an orange pippin? It’s a type of fruit.
    10. What is Teflon? It’s a type of medication.

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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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