Fibbing Friday – Creatures or Otherwise

I always get so excited for Fridays to come along to see what challenges there will be for Fibbing Friday. This week it is hosted by Pensitivity101, and it’s about oodles and boodles of creatures or something else. I hope you enjoy my answers!


1. A walk of …………

Ogres

2. A bed of ………….

Pixies

3. A horde of ………….

Chupacabra

4. A bike of …………..

Dinosaurs

5. A rhumba of ………..

Bubble Guppies

6. A shrewdness of ………….

Leeches

7. A raft of ……………..

Baby Sharks

8. A mess of …………….

Minotaur

9. A huddle of ……………

Saints

10. A family of……………….

Mermaids

My Fibbing Friday: October 15, 2021

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!

  1. 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.
  2. Why does Canada celebrate Thanksgiving in October rather than November as the US does?

    The turkeys are tastier in October rather than November.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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”.
  6. What is the movie, Hocus Pocus about?

    It’s the story of my life as E.M. The Good Witch.
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.

E.M.’s October 8th Fibs: Books

Here are my answers to yesterday’s Fibbing Friday sponsored by Pensitivity101.

1. A Tale of Two Cities

This is a tale that set the stage for Westeros, and it is about the war between Winterfell and King’s Landing. Jon Snow dies in the first chapter.


2. Pride and Prejudice

In this book, it tells the story of Charles Manson and his minions. It’s a true story of how pride and prejudice consumed their souls enough to murder an entire village.


3. Little Women

This is the first book about female Oompah Loompahs, since they didn’t really show any when filming the Wizard of Oz.


4. The Carpetbaggers

These are the stories about wealthy men and women who could afford to carry bags covered in cashmere carpet to show how rich they were while traveling.


5. What Katy Did Next

Nancy Drew finds Katy and writes about her every account of life for 180 days… Eventually, she has nothing left to do next.


6. Dune

Everyone knows this is the true story of Jason Mamoa’s journey to being an axeman.


7. Cider with Rosie

This is a short story about Rosie O’Donnell and her love of hooch.


8. Far from the Madding Crowd

The happy crowd is jumping through hoops, literally, to avoid being mad.


9. Jaws

This is a true story about boxers and what a left hook can do to the jaws of their opponents.


10. The Lord of the Rings

It’s a true story about how the Olympic committee developed the logo for the Olympics and the first winner ever of the Gold!

xoxo, E.M.

E.M.’s October 1st Fibs

It’s that time again for me to tell my delusional depictions of PCGuyIV and Pensitivity’s Fibbing Friday. It was a really cool cinematic/broadway theme. I hope you all enjoy my fibs *giggles*…because it was nice to take a break from packing and come up with my crazy answers.

  1. Who is standing around a cauldron at the beginning of MacBeth?
    The little girl from that horror movie that always has her hair in her face in the horror movie The Ring.
  2. What happens at the end of Romeo and Juliet?
    The two young lovers ran away with the circus and fed peanuts to elephants for the rest of their lives, until they are both murdered by a chimpanzee with a homicidal tendency.
  3. What was Les Misérables about?
    The life of a woman who was so miserable that she began eating people. Her first victim’s name was Les.
  4. Why did the Phantom wear a mask?
    He took his inspiration from Jim Carrey. They were besties.
  5. Which cat earned the right to go to the Heavyside Lair?
    Grumpy Cat…His face was considered so ugly that it was cute, so he got special privilege.
  6. Chicago wasn’t about women on death row in the 1920s. What was it about?
    Richard Gere’s action of going AWOL from the Navy…
  7. West Side Story was based on which of Shakespeare’s plays?
    Love’s Labour’s Won and Love’s Labour’s Lost – prequel and sequel
  8. Which Disney animated movie turned Broadway musical was inspired by Hamlet?
    Moana
  9. Sweeny Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street wasn’t about a homicidal barber. What was it about?
    Edward Scissorhands…
  10. Where did The King and I take place?
    Westeros

xoxo, E.M.

Fibbing Friday by E.M

This Fibbing Friday was brought to us by Pensitivity101 and PC Guy, and this is my second challenge. The first challenge I did, I found from a fellow blogger, and I like stretching the truth on these posts and using my imagination to come up with answers very far from the truth. I’m an honest person in real life, so these are really fun. Enjoy my lies! *haha*

  1. What is the difference between an earth worm and an ear worm?
    An earthworm is round, blue, with many bumps that look like land masses, while an ear worm is a worm that wiggles up to your ear to tell you all of the secrets from people around you.
  2. What is a Mars Bar?
    It’s a gymnast’s practice equipment to make them spin like they are reaching the gravitational pull of the planet Mars.
  3. What colour is a peanut?
    Purple…duh! They get that way from being ran through a wine press after they have been toasted to paint them with the essence of goodness.
  4. What is meant by dressed up like a dog’s dinner?
    It means that it is filled with the text messages from all the girls who are texting your boyfriend, who is indeed a dog.
  5. What is an orange pippin?
    It’s a dessert found in the deepest rainforest, and it looks like Scotty Pippin when you squeeze the juice out.
  6. What do an owl, pussy cat and five pound note all have in common?
    They are quiet, light, and only come out when there is an apocalyptic threat in the area.
  7. Where would you find a Bunny Girl?
    In a magical forest that opens up only when you are in the back of a wardrobe. It’s said there are lions, minotaur, and witches there as well.
  8. What is the difference between an heir and a hair?
    An heir is a bubble that comes up from wild sea creatures in the Pacific Ocean as they are hiding from the humans passing by, and a hair is a golden needle that will weave the life you have always wished and dreamed about.
  9. What is meant by fringe benefits?
    They are things that sit on the ruffle of lace to make you feel more beautiful.
  10. What is a whimsy?
    It’s the best football play to ever be used on Sunday Night Football, but it can only be used when you have a terrible quarterback.

xoxo, E.M.

My First Fibbing Friday — September 17, 2021

Through Ella Craig, I found Thoughts and Theories’ Fibbing Friday, and I thought it was a really cool way to use my imagination.

How it works is that you cannot speak the truth when answering the question, so you have to use your imagination and come up with your own fib of a creative answer to their questions. Let’s see how good of a truth bender I am (*laughs*). (If you decide to do this little challenge, be sure to pingback to Fibbing Friday and add #FibbingFriday to your tags.)

What exactly is the philosopher’s stone?

A pretty blue dragon’s egg that will turn anyone who touches it into a genius.

What is kept in the Chamber of Secrets?

Every single person who could not keep a secret in the entire world and the supernatural world. They are kept there and tickled with phoenix feathers until they pinky-swear not to tell secrets anymore.

Why was Harry Potter known as “The Boy Who Lived”?

It was easier than saying that he was the son of Beta from the Walking Dead and wasn’t alive at all.

What was the Elder Wand made of?

The hairs of Volturi vampires from the Twilight Saga

What are the Deathly Hallows?

A bunch of hallow trees that steal your soul and kill you in the Robin Hood movie with Kevin Costner.

Who wrote Magical Me?

Mary Poppins

What is a Firebolt?

It’s when you are sitting in the chair after eating a big plate of hot, spicy food, and you expel a firebolt from ya rear.

What are the Nimbus 2000, and the Nimbus 2001?

They are the new way to get in shape in 2021. After using them, you will become much more flexible and limber…nimble.

What does polyjuice potion do?

It’s a juicy love potion that makes the person who consumes it love everyone, and it’s reserved for loners that are unable to socialize.

What does a portkey do?

I opens up a mysterious portal to take you to the bookstore to enter the Neverending Story