It’s that time again, where I get to come up with my crazy answers and stretch the truth to PCGuyIV’s and Pensitivity101’s Fibbing Friday Challenge. TGIF!
- Exactly what did Columbus do in 1492?
He invented a time machine that would take people 1000 years in the future to flying boats and a water world.
- Why does Canada celebrate Thanksgiving in October rather than November as the US does?
The turkeys are tastier in October rather than November.
- Why do we carve pumpkins into Jack-o-lanterns for Halloween?
So that all the pumpkin spice addicts cannot harvest them to make pancakes, coffee, and everything else that they turn into pumpkin spice-scented anythings.
- If “octo-” means eight, then why is October the tenth month?
October was named after a magical, giant octopus rather than the number month it represents.
- Why do kids dress up in costumes and go trick-or-treating on Halloween?
In the words and voice of Vincent Price in Thriller, “To terrorize yalls neighborhoods”.
- What is the movie, Hocus Pocus about?
It’s the story of my life as E.M. The Good Witch.
- In the Movie, Halloween, why was Michael Myers sent to an insane asylum when he was only six years old?
He told everyone where the Fountain of Youth was located because he was actually an immortal creature who could never die.
- Continuing from the previous question, what did Myers do when he escaped approximately fifteen years later?
He went on a search for Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory because they don’t have chocolate in insane asylums. He also wanted to see an Oompah Loompah.
- What was the movie, Lost Boys about?
It was the sequel to Stand By Me. The boys got lost on the tracks again. No dead bodies were found this time though, just a carpetbagger who filled them in on the meaning of life.
- According to legend, why don’t vampires have a reflection?
If a vampire sees themselves, they cannot stop looking because they are so beautiful and majestic. If they look too long in the mirror, the vampires turn into puppies, so it’s better if they don’t see themselves at all.