Frank is the host for Fibbing Friday today. our task is to lie like the devil when answering his questions. (OK not necessarily like the devil.)
1. What’s the difference between “going on holiday” and “taking a vacation”? To go on holiday you have to leave your house and go somewhere on a specific calendar day. To take a vacation you need to bring someone with you.
2. What’s the difference between a “rubbish bin” and a “trash can?” A rubbish bin is where you place of all your rubbers. (Take that either way.) A trash can is where Oscar lives.
3. What’s the difference between the “boot” of a car and the “trunk” of a car? The boot of the car is where skiers store their favorite boots. The trunk of a car is where the elephant drives.
4. What’s the difference between a “nappie” and a “diaper”? A nappy is a baby who studies about Napoleon. A diaper is a receptacle used to separate the baby from the s**t hitting the sheets.
5. What’s the difference between the “pavement” and a “sidewalk”? The pavement is where men destroy paradise and put up a parking lot. The sidewalk is where two people awkwardly can’t figure out how to pass each other.
6. What’s the difference between “chips” and “French fries”? Chips are hunka hunka CA cops on motorcycles. Fries are what they call policemen in France.
7. What’s the difference between the “bonnet” of a car and the “hood” of a car? The bonnet is what some people call the bra they put on the front of their sportscar. The hood of the car is the retractable top of a convertible.
8. What’s the difference between a “rubber” and an “eraser”? A rubber is used to stop something from happening. An eraser is used once the damage is done.
9. What’s the difference between a “flannel” and a “washcloth”? PG 13 ANSWER A flannel is used before bed to try and prevent activities. A washcloth is used if the flannel was unsuccessful.
10) What’s the difference between a “pram” and a “stroller”? A pram is the walk toddlers make when in a baby beauty contest. A stroller is when they do the same thing as an adult.