Fibbing Friday – Nov. 19

Melanie created this great image.

Frank is our host today for questions we must lie about.

“The idea is to answer the questions below in as creative a way as you see fit, just as long as you bend, stretch, break, or outright ignore the true answer. Once you’ve crafted your reply, tag it as “Fibbing Friday” and link back here. Pingbacks are enabled or you can just leave a link in the comments below. Be sure to check out how others have answered the questions. That’s half the fun, after all!”

  1. What is an Arnold Palmer? A very expensive talking golf club that tells you how hard to hit the golf ball
  2. What is a niblick? A cross between a nibble and a lick given to a spouse on their neck once finished golfing for the day
  3. What is a mashie? That is the term used by new golfers who get frustrated when they can’t hit the ball. After the third try they mash the ball into the grass.
  4. What’s the difference between a hook and a slice? A hook is a legal move when your golfing competitor  talks as you swing. You are allowed one upper right hook. A slice is an illegal move when you get so angry that you slice the tires on your competitors golf cart
  5. What name is given to a single hole score of three under par? When you are three under par on a single hole it is known as a dodo. It doesn’t exist any more.
  6. What’s a bogey? The man Bacall is still waiting for
  7. What’s the difference between a regular golf course and an executive golf course? At an executive golf course the men lie and tell their wives they are in a meeting. At a regular golf course the men lie and say they are job hunting.
  8. What unique award is given to the winner of the Masters Tournament? The winner is awarded a twelve pack of white chocolate golf balls
  9. Why do golf balls have dimples? To keep the bad golfers smiling instead of crying
  10. What is the 19th hole? The 19th hole is where your ball goes down a long tube to be washed and recycled for underprivileged golfers

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